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Scottish weather is renowned for its unpredictability. So check it out before you come! This page gives links to the best weather forecasts. Perthshire lies on the eastern seaboard, so can often be relatively sheltered from the winter storms.

The weather can have a serious impact on fishing with probably the worst being an easterly or north easterly wind. Wind direction can also impact the type of cast used.

 

   
Aberfeldy Weather

AberfeldyWeather.com
Weather forercasts from Met Office Climate Station 1455 (Aberfeldy). 5 day forecasts and much more!

Yahoo weather for fishing in Perthshire Yahoo weather for Scotland
Go to Weather

Weather European Centre for Medium Range Forecasts
Good barometric charts for Scotland

OnlineWeather.com

OnlineWeather.com
Also gives sunrise and sunset times.. click on "astronomy".

Admiralty House - Easytide

Admiralty House - Easytide
Tide predictions

Met Office Met Office
   

The winter months(October to February) can be rather grey. The days are short with dusk at 4pm. But you can get some cracking crystal clear blue days especially when a big high camps over the north. We rarely get heavy snow, except on the mountains.

 

In Spring we all await the snow melt. This takes place some time in April and heralds the spring runs. A nice warm south westerly seems to do the best.

 
 

Contrary to popular belief Scotland can have some great summers. Ok so 1998 was a washout, but 1996 was a real scorcher with not a drop of rain for 3 months! 1999 has not been too bad either. There was hardly a drop in August and only in middle of September did we have our first flush.


Autumn starts around the second wek of September when the trees start to turn. This is a great time. The first proper rains arrive and with them the fish, but the weather is mostly mild.

 
 
 

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