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A nice 12Lbs fish from Inverallan ( 17.05.2021)

Wednesday 1st of September 2021

9 Salmon and 5 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

Yours Salmo Salar

Wednesday 18th of August 2021

8 Salmon and 3 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

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Tuesday 10th of August 2021

5 Salmon and 5 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

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Tuesday 3rd of August 2021

What a difference overcast sky, cooler and a "little" bit of rain makes.

13 Salmon and 15 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Wednesday 28th of July 2021

Low water, sunny and temperatures up to 25C are not the best conditions for fishing.

So it is no wonder that only 3 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Tuesday 20th of July 2021

6 Salmon and 4 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Tuesday 12th of July 2021

5 Salmon and 3 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday 7th of July 2021

1 Salmon and 13 Seatrout were reported since my last update.

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Tuesday 29th of June 2021

4 Salmon and 11 Seatrout one of them 10 lbs were reported up to Monday.

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Monday 21st of June 2021

6 Salmon and 10 Seatrout one of them 10½ lbs were reported up to last weekend.

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Tuesday 15th of June 2021

2 further Salmon were reported up to last weekend.

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Wednesday 9th of June 2021

8 Salmon and 8 Seatrout have been reported since last Thursday.

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Thursday 3rd of June 2021

8 Salmon and 9 Seatrout have been reported since my last report.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday 24th of May 2021

9 Salmon and 3 Seatrout have been reported since last Monday.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday 17th of May 2021

4 Salmon and 3 Seatrout have been reported since last Monday.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday 10th of May 2021

I can report a further 8 Salmon one of 20lbs and 6 Seatrout.

Covid-19 restrictions with regards to Salmon fishing have now been loosened,
but it is recommended to keep your distance from other anglers,
don't share/handle others fishing gear ( e.g. landing nets as helpful as this may look)
do not use fishing huts and use hand sanitisers when opening gates etc.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Saturday 1st of May 2021

What a difference a few more anglers make.
I can report a further 8 Salmon and the first 3 Seatrout have been cought as well
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Yours Salmo Salar

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Wednesday 21st of April 2021

Three more Salmon have been reported till today.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday 5th of April 2021

The first 2 Salmon of the 2021 season have been cought by local anglers.
A Fish of 21 lbs the notable one.

Yours Salmo Salar

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Friday 2nd of April 2021

According to the Scottish Government fishing is now allowed for anglers within the local council area (Highland) only.

"Travelling from other parts of the UK to fish in Scotland:
This is still not allowed under current rules in Scotland."...


Yours Salmo Salar

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Friday19th of February 2021

In the current circumstances fishing is allowed for local anglers only.

According to the Scottish Government website the following applies:

..."Angling is also permissible provided this is within a single household group, or the group contains no more than 2 people from 2 different households.
Children under the age of 12 from these households do not count towards this number.
You can travel for local outdoor sport or exercise such as angling but must stay within the more general requirements with regard to travel and ensure that you abide by the rules on meeting other households.
In general, stay as close to home as possible within your local authority, or no more than 5 miles from the boundary and stay away from crowded places.
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..."Travelling from other parts of the UK to fish in Scotland:
This is not allowed under current rules in Scotland."
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Yours Salmo Salar

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Monday14th of December 2020

In the current circumstances the Association has decided to leave "everything unchanged for the 2021 season".
Looking forward to a more enjoyable 2021.
Yours Salmo Salar

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2020 a look back.
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Obituary:
For anglers who fished our waters on a regular basis we have a
page to remember them by

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