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Here's the scene looking upstream from the Ash Trees pool on Lower Kinnaird this afternoon.
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Here's a video of the glorious River Findhorn today from Tomatin Bridge. In my opinion this is one of Scotland's lovliest and unspoilt salmon rivers and has been fishing its socks off in recent times. To book a day with me on the River Findhorn on a private, exclusive and very productive salmon beat follow the contact details on the salmon fishing scotland website.
Here's perfect water conditions at the Ash Trees pool on Lower Kinnaird. Just kelts being caught today although there will be a few Spring salmon lying among them.
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Here's the headwaters of the River Alness up above Loch Morie in Ross-shire today. This perfect boulder strewn river will take some navigating by salmon when in full flood during Autumn each year. Many spawning areas lie just upstream of this section of the river.
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Here's the water gauge on Kinnaird's Junction Pool this afternoon. Big water has pushed the salmon in tight to the banks so a short stealthy cast is always the order of the day in high water conditions like this.
Here's the Guay Pool this afternoon on the Kinnaird Beat of the Tay. Heavy rain is still falling and the river is rising steadily although running clear. This is always an exciting time of year on the Tay when as a ghillie you just know that big runs of Spring salmon will shortly be here. For more information on a quality guided day on one of Scotland's premier salmon river visit my Salmon Fishing Scotland website.
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