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Fishing Report 2002 from Ian Neale of Speycaster.net

Ian Neale

Another season is over in the Highlands of Scotland and I am pleased to report that it has been a very busy and successful season for Speycaster.

The Spring run of salmon started off very strong right from the opening days of February on the River Dee. The runs continued to gather strength and every time I was over at Park and Invery beats there were always good numbers of fish to be seen ,although at times a little reluctant to take the fly as they ran on upstream!

The Spey and Findhorn Rivers starting a little later also seemed to enjoy some good runs of Spring fish. One of my regular parties of anglers had some great sport on The Findhorn in late April.

The end of May saw some fantastic runs of sea-trout especially on the Dee and Spey systems, where my guests were getting a lot of action in the daytime fishing for salmon.

Ample supplies of rainfall kept the water levels well topped up throughout the summer months and the grilse runs, although a little late were very good on all 3 of these rivers.

By August through September all of these rivers were heavily stocked with fish on all beats and one hopes that a good spawning season will now follow.

The New season is only just around the corner and there are always plenty of early season opportunities for a Spring salmon. Anyone who would like to join Ian for some Speycasting tuition or guided salmon fishing in this area please contact him on:ian@speycaster.net or view speycaster.net

 
 
 

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