Why file your reports on fishingnet?
Anglers looking for fishing in Perthshire and
Scotland use fishingnet. If you want to promote
your own fishery there is no better way than to
file reports with fishingnet. Unlike papers and
magazines the Internet is virtually instantaneous,
so a report can be delivered quickly while
it is still relevant.
Who can send in reports?
Reports are invited from anyone who lives or
works on the rivers and lochs in Perthshire and
Tayside. If you are an angler on the system we
would like to share your experiences. If you produce
good reports from other areas in Scotland they
may also be included. We would especially like
to hear from anglers, ghillies, fisheries managers
and owners. All information must conform to our
What does it cost?
Not a penny, the service is
free of charge.
How to get your text and images
Type up your text, preferably as a Word document
and send it to us in an email. Remember to include
your name so that
the report can be accredited to you. It should
also include a short "headline".
Photographs are a powerful promotional tool as
the old adage goes. A picture of a happy angler
holding his prize catch is much more effective
than just another beat photo. Photographs can
also be sent by email, simply add them as an attachment
(In Outlook Express click on "insert" followed
by "file attachment"). We can accept most formats,
but JPEG (.jpg) is preferred for photographs and
GIF (.gif) is preferred for logos and graphics.
Images are best saved at a resolution of 72 dots
per inch (dpi).
Emails should be sent to:
What happens next?
Reports are treated as a priority on fishingnet.
We will therefore try to turn around reports the