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The Junction as the name suggests is directly below the confluence of the River Tay and the River Lyon. A confluence is a good place to fish and this is no exception. It is thought that migratory fish stop at a confluence in order to get their bearings before moving on. This pool is best fished by wading out to the island. The water in between is relatively uninteresting. This crossing should not be attepted in high water and a stick is a good idea. If the water is not too high you can exit from the island at the tail.

Junction Pool

The opposite bank is the Farleyer Beat so if rods are present there give them some space.

 
 
 

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