|Chris into a small salmon|
|Returning a small Cock fish|
|Andy into a Double Figure fish|
|Another fish of around 15lb|
|Greg with a nice Brown|
|Nick playing a Brown on a Goldhead|
|A Borderlines Day by the River|
The river levels are now beginning to fine down again after yet another rise of water, although there is more rain forecast over the next few days, but let's hope going into October that the water settles down again and gives us the opportunity to connect with a few more salmon before the season finishes on October the 14th. The saving grace is that whilst the river has been rising and falling over a period of time it has remained a reasonable fishing colour for the fly, especially on the higher beats. This is down to the persistent flows of water we have had continuously flushing throughout the system as it makes it way downstream towards the sea.
After the salmon season is over we will once again be focusing on the Grayling fishing which as you know can offer up some great sport and extend our fly fishing season, which is always a bonus. So here's looking forward to getting a few of you out on the river over the winter months to target these wonderful fish. "I know I will be out there regardless".