For more detail - see BOOK DAYS below
NO SALMON DAY TICKETS AVAILABLE ON SATURDAYS
The club is the largest in the Borders. It is the only one with its own clubrooms. Visiting anglers can make use of these facilities. A large number of anglers fish on our waters each year.
Prices - Trout & Grayling
Adult Season ticket £75
OAP Season ticket £45
Junior Season ticket £10
River Only Season ticket £35
Day Tickets Lochs
Adult day ticket £15
Junior day ticket £5
Trout & Grayling day ticket £8
Boat Hire £5 ' Life Jackets Must Be Worn'"NOT SUPPLIED"
Prices - Salmon
Local season ticket £70
Local OAP season £45
Visitor salmon season tickets 25 available from the secretary
Day ticket £35
Please find links for salmon availability
Fishing is available on a day or season ticket basis. There are three lochs to choose from, Acreknowe, Williestruther and Barnes Loch which are near Hawick. Acreknowe and Williestruther are stocked monthly from March to August with rainbow trout. The Barnes loch, Stobs ia a hill loch and is stocked annually in April with brown trout.
River anglers can fish for brown trout and grayling on the Teviot and tributaries. Close season and winter grayling fishing is available in December, January, February and March.
Salmon fishing covers approximately 10 miles of double bank fishing. The season is from 01 February to 30th November although salmon are usually only available from mid-September to end November. There are 25 visitor season tickets available and applications must be made to the Secretary before February each year. Day tickets available to both local and visiting anglers can be purchased at the Libby's Pet Shop,High Street, Hawick. TD9 9DD or through the Secretary and online.
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|Banks & Paths||42%||★★|
|Value for money||67%||★★★|
|Overall (based on 2 reviews)||58%||★★★|
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The windy conditions have not made for ideal fishing conditions over the past week. However some good catches have still been made at Acreknowe. Larger dry flies have proven successful at bringing fish up. Buzzers have also been taking fish. On days when few are rising Yellow Dancers and similar lures have taken fish.
Power bait is still taking the majority of fish at Williestruther but more anglers are fishing Nymphs, Buzzers and Dries and taking some nice fish.
Barnes Loch is fishing well and Dries continues to be the most successful method, although in the windy conditions traditional wet flies are taking fish and are worth a cast.
On the rivers the extra water was very welcome and no doubt there will be the odd sea-trout and salmon
about, but the level fell away very quickly and is back to summer level.
Tickets can be purchased from the usual outlets.