Catches on the river have recently picked up after good water at the beginning of the week. The last few weeks have flat lined a little but have still produced around 40 - 45 per week. This week we are heading for by far the best week of the season and numbers should easily make 70 - 80 fish off. The Association water is producing too, most of the locals are getting in on the act as well as visitors, William & Alistair Jappy are always scoring, Jim Forsyth had a brace on the Sunray Shadow, Graham McCulloch is still catching and Hugh (Shug) Wilson did a smash and grab one morning on his way home from a successful trip to the Halladale grassing a liced 6 pounder. Most of the fish are in the 9 - 15lbs range and in superb shape.
Coneheads are doing very well in TD fashion or Alistairs, Munro killers are taking a few and Sunrays are making their mark now also. Check...Read more
The last two weeks have not exactly been on fire but have gone approx 40, and 35 last week. 35 was good considering overhead conditions were very challenging with bright sunshine almost all week, water levels were low and clear also. Fish were running at nighttime and were obviously around in good numbers. Anglers who concentrated on the early and late shift benefited the most as one would have expected. The fishing forecast for the week ahead looks very promising with low pressure finally shunting out the high, expect rain and lots of it! Seatrout will also be milling around the coast now with a view to entering rivers again, worth keeping a close eye on their arrival form now on. We have some superb new sea trout patterns adding to our range again, I'll get some photo's up very soon but you check them out here under our Trout category. The new Cascade Seatrout doubles are hugely popular already and our RS CDC Nightmare range are absolute killers and set to be best sellers. Don't Read more