Salmon fishing on the River Tay

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29th April 2017.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire Salmon fishing report w/e 29th April 2017.

Spring salmon fishing on the Tay in Perthshire has now seen out April with improving conditions for fishing in milder weather and settling lower water levels plus catches are improving after a slow start to the season. Expectation is high on the river for 2017 after 4 successful springs and hopefully settled weather will continue with an improving run in April to give everyone a chance of landing a spring “Bar of Silver”.
Beat catches reported
(week ending 29th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Lower Redgorton 1, Benchil 1, Pitlochrie 1, Stobhall 2, Taymount 3, Ballathie 6, Cargill 13, Islamouth 30, Meikleour and Upper Islamouth 4, Kercock 3, Delvine Burnbane 1, Murthly 1 3, Glendelvine 2, Murthly 2 18, Newtyle 6, Dunkeld House 1, Dalmarnock 2, Lower Kinnaird 5, Findynate 1, Farleyer Upper 1, Loch Tay Fish n’ Trips 1, Keithick Mains 3, Coupar Grange 10, Portnacraig Pitlochry 5, Loch Faskally 1.
Total: 124 Largest: Meikleour and Upper Islamouth 24lbs
SEA TROUT: Lower Redgorton 1, Upper Redgorton 3, Delvine Burnbane 1.
Total: 5 Largest: Lower Redgorton & Delvine Burnbane 3lbs

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