This week we wait with baited breath to listen to the next update from Nicola Sturgeon, in which we hope to see a further release of restrictions. There is encouraging news on the weekly "R" statistics in Scotland, this is thanks to everyones efforts in keeping to the current rules and restrictions.
15lber sea liced fish Park River Dee Monday 15th June.
On the fishing front, river levels continue to remain on summer low and the long term forecast does not have much in the way of rain. Some lower beats on rivers like the Spey at Gordon Castle and Tweed at Tillmouth are benefitting from these conditions, whilst others are in need of rain to freshen things up.
The majority of photographs we are seeing and sharing on our social media channels are of clean, sea liced fish, which certainly wets the appetite to get out there and get in amongst it! The dream of that first cast on the river is certainly keeping me going at the moment and hopefully we will all be out fishing soon!
Phil Dixon with the first fish off Burnfoot Beat on the Border Esk.
Speaking with owners, ghillies and boatman on our system there has been much progress made to make your fishing trip safe and a pleasant experience. There is plenty of advice on socially distancing, meeting your ghillie, as well as hand sanitiser and gloves which are now part of your fishing kit.
Bookings have been steadily increasing this week, which has been helped with the news that the Scottish tourism sector are preparing to reopen on 15th July.
We have restricted the office telephone from 1pm until 2pm, Monday to Friday. We recommend booking your fishing online to ensure that you don't miss out on the availability. If you have a query or require further assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will assist you.
Tight lines if you are able to go fishing and for everyone else, hopefully we can go fishing on our favourite river very soon.
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10th June 2020
Cumbria | River Dee | One Mile | Migratory fish and trout | Price £25,000 | Email: Joseph.email@example.com or Mobile: 07971 123093
Own a stretch of river in Cumbria. One mile of river Dee (tributary of the river Lune) a well known spate river which holds an excellent head of resident wild brown trout together with migratory fish including sea trout and salmon. The latter providing excellent sport towards the end of the season. Privately owned and fished for 20 years.
Fishing Mugs are delighted to make available this brilliant Father's Day offer. The limited edition mug includes a number of Peter's handy knot illustrations. Great when you're on the river and need a quick visual reminder of how a particular knot should look
The book and mug combo is available for a limited period - read more.
David and his team are able to offer a bespoke service which includes personalising mugs for larger orders. They are the perfect fishing gift.
Jason Scott caught two salmon upto 10lb on Glen Tanar beat.
Eighty-three fish were reported last week, slightly down on the previous week. The river is still low, and we could really do with some sustained rainfall on the upper catchment to get things going - read more.
Lower Blackhall and Banchory had seven, with three of those coming on Saturday. It was pleasing to see Altries get a few, it's a lovely bit of water. They picked up four fish for the week - read more.
Check out the availability for the week ahead. There is some lovely fishing on offer throughout June.
Dr Jonathon Bottling fishing Tillmouth with 9lb fish caught on a Cascade fly.
262 salmon and 9 sea trout were landed for the week with the best, 18lb Salmon, caught on the Birgham Dub beat - read more.
Lower Birgham Head Boatman, Tom Davis reports "Mostly fresh fish and plenty seen on some days. Looking back at our records it's only been the last few years that we have produced good numbers in June".
Chris Cotton fresh from collecting his new Loop rod from Eoin Fairgrieve enroute to Junction Beat christened it with two lovely fresh fish. John Taylor fishing Junction caught four salmon in two hours. Susan Bourne landed 2 salmon on Middle Pavilion and Fiona Brown caught a 8lber on a Dee Monkey on Bemersyde - read more.
Checking availability for this coming week and our Tweed reporter would recommend Dryburgh Upper, Bemersyde and the Pavilion beat's - find fishing.
Fishing TV host the world's best fishing TV shows and films and this month they are giving new users 10% off their first 3 months subscription following the 7 days free trail. We agree it's a great gift for Fathers Day.
The Fly Fishing Channel is particularly laden with a host of excellent movies and TV shows covering all aspects of the sport with new content frequently added. There's a wide variety of content from tuition and strategy in films like Ian's Gordon's Blue Charm or Catch that Salmon, to adventure films like Only The River Knows and some fascinating documentaries such as the lauded Atlantic Salmon Lost at Sea which is a must watch movie - read more./
You can watch on the web, mobile apps, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku and many Smart TV apps.
James Stokoe guided Phil Pallister to his first salmon after a 10 year hiatus.
Keep up to date with the latest river reports from across the FishPal system.
Cumbria. Some good sea trout now entering the system along with salmon - read more.
Towy. After careful consideration we have decided to open Llandovery Angling Association waters from Monday 22nd June - read more.
Tyne. Bywell rods have enjoyed some good sport in recent weeks, landing 29 fish since fishing commenced again. Styford, Dilston, Warden and Haughton Castle on the North Tyne have also reported fish - this page
Our fishing vouchers are a great way to mark any special occasion or as a 'thank you' and are the perfect gift for the angler who has 'everything'! Their versatility means that the recipient can choose exactly where and when he/she would like to go and which species be it salmon, trout, sea trout, grayling or coarse fishing.
The voucher can be used to buy fishing providing that it is currently showing as available on our booking system. The extent of this can be checked by using any of the Find or book fishing pages or by contacting our help desk.
After the recent Scottish Government announcement the Meikleour Arms will be allowed to reopen the hotel, cottages and restaurant from the 15th of July.
They are currently taking accommodation bookings, no deposit required, which includes a 48hr before arrival free cancellation.
The restaurant will only be open for residents until further regulation and guidelines are published by the government.