Fishing in Scotland in September – 2014 Round Up

Fishing in Scotland in September got off to a flyer for our clients! We endured some beautiful weather, it still felt like summer for most of the month, with temperatures reaching 24 celsius which is crazy for Scotland. We also had one of the driest Septembers on record which didn’t help the Salmon fishing it must be said. Our first trip saw us looking after the lovely Bec & Gord all the way from B.C for two days on the River Tay. On the first day Gord managed to connect with a Grilse fishing the boil pool .

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Gord’s first ever Atlantic Salmon!

We saw very few fish the first day but enough to know they were there! Next day saw us on the Lower Tay, we were seeing lots of fish, ridiculous amounts to be honest but we just could not stop them. These fish had obviously dropped back in the recent big water and decided they wanted to head back up river – how anti social! We tried everything but it just wasn’t to be. I was gutted for Bec as she really stuck at it with the fly and deserved a fish for her efforts!

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Juraj made the right choice and fished with Scotia..

Next trip saw us Trout and Grayling fishing in Scotland on the Tweed system. With the water so law we were using the in fashion technique of “French Nymphing”. This is a highly effective method, especially in low water conditions associated with summer fishing. My guest was Juraj from Slovakia who was a big fan of Loop Tackle (good lad), he came dressed top to toe in Loop merchandise which was great to see! Juraj had done plenty fishing, especially French nymphing and had brought a box of lovely nymphs of which I will be replicating at the vice very soon.

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My Loop brother Juraj slips back a nice lady…

Despite low water conditions the fishing was great, albeit with mostly smaller stuff. Juraj must have landed between 40 & 50 small Trout and Grayling up to 1lb in weight, with the Grayling above being the pick of the bunch!

I also had out Ian from Australia for a days fly fishing targeting Grayling. Grayling were a species on Ian’s bucket list and his goal for today was to get one worth of a photo. It didn’t take long for Ian to start catching using French Nymphing tactics in the fast shallow runs.

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A typical french leader set up…

We must have had over 40 fish throughout the day up to 3/4 of  a pound. No monsters but great sport! Ian managed to get a Grayling worthy of a photo and was delighted with his day, mentioning it’s the most fish he has ever caught in a day! Fantastic, it’s always great to hear!

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Ian’s best of the day. Although he did lose what looked like a belter in the same pool shortly before!

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The mist burns slowly away…

We had a few beginners half day fly fishing in Perthshire courses on this month. With a group of lawyers and some lovely ladies from America and Northern Ireland. We had some amazing weather, again not the best for fishing but for visitors coming to Scotland there wasn’t a better way to see our country in all its beauty!

Here’s a couple of pics of the groups.

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American ladies enjoying fly fishing in Scotland, in the sun!

 

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Lawyers from Glasgow enjoy a half day introduction to fly fishing.

With low water conditions in September 2014 the Salmon have been a little on the scarce side, they’re just haven’t arrived there in the volume they should be at this time of year. Callum was looking after a group of three American gentleman Salmon fishing in Scotland on the Lower Tay in very low water, below summer level. We tried both fly and spinner throughout the day and despite a number of fish showing and running past us  we struggled stopping them. This has been a common occurrence this year, it’s very strange and highly frustrating! We were gutted we couldn’t get the guys into a Salmon but they still had a great day out on the Tay!

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The closest we got to a Salmon, the famous Fishponds cushion!

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Lunch is served…

September Fishing in Scotland

With a day off I managed to get out for a days Pike fly fishing with my good friend. We opted to take the float tubes with us instead of boat fishing. For anyone who hasn’t fly fished for Pike from a float tube – you are missing out! It was a tough morning with only a small Pike of around 3lb to show for our efforts. I had to talk my friend into staying and get re-motivated (yup, guiding on my day of, sigh). A wee pit stop was in order and we piled some food into us to get the blood sugar levels up. Concentrating on one of our hotspots where there is always Pike hanging around it wasn’t long before Jack hooked into a fish.

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23lbs of Trossachs Pike

I could tell instantly it was a big fish as it hardly fought once hooked, as it came towards the tube it woke up, oh yes! A long tussle ensued and I finned to shore snapping away with my camera as my friend tired this beast. Eventually we landed her, quick weigh and some pics and back she went to fight another day!

This is what Pike fishing in Scotland has to offer!

The following day saw me help out fly casting guru, Loop Akademi Director and one of life’s good guys Eoin Fairgrieve, as he was out the country he needed someone to fill in for some spey casting instruction pupils on the River Tweed. It was a first time for me on the lovely Ladykirk beat with very welcoming and professional ghillies (I’ll be back). As I was helping one of the pupils I made a point to him about checking his fly every dozen or so casts. He pulled in his fly to check it and it was tangled – point taken. Then within three or four casts I had to help him land this spanking wee Grilse!

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Well done that man!

This turned out to be only fish for the pupils on that day. The guys were a pleasure to teach and I personally enjoyed the day, always good to see your pupils improving.

Lennie was looking after American couple for some Trout fishing on a hill loch. It was a rather dreich (wet and misty) day with the fish not in the most cooperative of moods but they still managed a few Trout including this lovely Brown.

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Michael displays the Trout suing the famous baguette grip

With the weather being so warm for such a length period the stillwater temperatures hadn’t dropped and the fishing was really challenging as the fish were switching off during the day and only feeding at first and last light.

Lennie was also looking after the Ruzzin’s (Husband and Wife) from the USA who wanted to do some Pike fishing whilst in Scotland. They had some great sport with hard fighting Pike up to 8lbs caught using soft plastic lures. Pike are such a great sport fish and come highly recommended from our guides. We use fly and modern light lure fishing outfits and the Pike really give a good account of themselves. 

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A wee spirited Jack Pike

Hanri and Erns were our lovely guests from South Africa out to sample Salmon fishing in Scotland on the River Tay. The river was now very low, off the guage and below summer level. We really were up against it. There was a few fish about but as is often the case in such conditions, they are very hard to tempt. Despite the lack of Salmon they both enjoyed learning to Spey cast in the spiritual home of Salmon fly fishing!

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Hanri fishes in nice light on the Tay…

Also out for Salmon were Mickey from Essex who was a “diamond geezer” or great bloke for those unfamiliar with the Southern English slang! he was great company and a pleasure to spend the day with. His casting really improved throughout the day and he was double spey casting like a boss by the end of play! 

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Mickey pops out a double Spey on the Middle Tay

We also had a father and son Salmon Fishing trip on the river Tay with Jim and Phil from the USA. We still had desperately low river levels, despite being fish about they were extremely difficult to tempt. We tried super small flies, spinners fished slow, fast – the lot that week! The father and son duo were super keen to learn Spey casting and deserved a fish for their persistent efforts, sadly it just wasn’t to be!

Still it’s, not a bad place to spend a day is it?
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Phil fishes the Boil Pool

During that week I took a photo of a fellow angler fishing on the Tay, I thought it really summed up Salmon fishing in Scotland in September!

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Says it all!

Fishing in Scotland in September

We also had out a friend of one of our clients (Graham Davis, who gave us this live testimonial) from earlier in the year. Graham kindly recommended our services and Jim spent two days fly fishing for Trout and Grayling. being from Tasmania, Jim was desperate to fish Loch Leven, which is where the Trout in his native homeland all originated from! It was tough day, typical of Leven and they had one rise to a fly and missed it – bugger! 

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The lady of the stream…

I had Jim out for his second day on the river chasing a big Grayling. This area doesn’t produce numbers but instead quality! It’s a hard old slog but quite often these days are rewarded if you persevere. Jim must have landed well over 20 small Trout up to 3/4 of a lb in the morning but no Grayling. We found some fairly shallow fast running water, attached some heavier nymphs to the French leader and gave this area a good going over. It wasn’t long before Jim connected with a Grayling and as it surfaced I got excited as I noticed it was pig. This was the fish we were after!
Jim carried on applying pressure as it flopped around on the waters surface ( I hate it when they do this ). Before I could even get a chance to say ‘ease of’ it was gone! A few grunts of disappointment followed  before we re-grouped and got stuck back into the pool.

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Jim covers the pool…

Jim covered it right down to the bottom before he connected with another Grayling, this time around 1lb. Once I netted it I was showing Jim how to display the fish for the camera. ( For those who have never handled Grayling, they are the hardest fish to handle and photograph, very wriggly!) As I showed him I managed to magically make the Grayling disappear through my fingers – “sorry Jim, we’ll get another don’t worry”. Jim saw the funny side and luckily for me he had caught Grayling before so wasn’t that fussed about the photo! That was the only Lady of the day, despite covering lots of ground. The Grayling were not lying in their usual spots and I was still amazed to find them in such shallow water for this time of year in all honesty. It’s been a funny old season!

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Pike on the fly, from the tube – it’s better than sex!

Our second Pike job of the month saw us out with Swiss guest Arnaud who was a big Pike fan! He wanted a good experience having never caught more than one Pike in a day back in his homeland. He also would like to catch a Pike on the fly having never done so either. There are never any guarantees but I felt quietly confident we could achieve one on the fly and beat that record :). Well, to say we beat it was an understatement, Arnaud ended up with 9 Pike up to 12lbs including one on the fly!

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Arnaud’s biggest of the day…

A great day for Arnaud and he has booked another trip with us for Salmon later in the month – last day of the season to be precise! Looking forward to seeing him again as his enthusiasm is very infectious – lets hope we can carry on the good luck!

Last trip in September saw us out with a lovely family from Bermuda. No fish but what a great day they all had. They were great fun and the day was full of humour, it’s just a shame the Salmon weren’t interested – bloody low water conditions!

The Boyle family from Bermuda and our man Lennie!

The Boyle family from Bermuda and our man Lennie!

Fishing in Scotland in September is normally a great month and to be fair, we did see in glimpses what it can produce but in regards to Salmon fishing it wasn’t the best. We really need some rain and taking fish! At the time of writing we have just seen a rise in level on the river Tay with more rain forecast for the week – yeeha!

Big thanks to all our customers fishing in Scotland in September with us, it was a great month and we had a blast! 

October is shaping up to be a great month for Pike and Salmon fishing. We still have some availability so if you are interested in booking a trip get in touch now by using the “Email Us” button at the top of the page.

Tight lines!

Callum & Lennie

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August Fishing Scotland Round Up

Fishing in Scotland in August can be challenging but given the right conditions can also be very productive, it all really boils down to the weather! We started August with a bang this year with our client Jim from the USA managing to land three Grilse (One Sea Winter Atlantic Salmon) on the mighty River Tay!

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In the net!

Three Salmon in one day is as good as it gets in modern times and an outstanding result at any time of year, albeit they were only small Grilse. Jim made the most of the run coming through by spinning to intercept the running fish. Big thanks to my good friend, the Tay’s finest Ghillie “Iain Kirk” for captaining the vessel!

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Jim displays a spanking little Grilse…

Next Salmon day we had a slight lift in water and after much deliberating I opted to take my Australian guest to the Teith. It had been low for months and after a rise of two feet and a dropping water on the Monday I expected there to be a few fish about. Considering he had never used a double handed fly rod before it didn’t take him long to get to grips with the casting, here he is performing a double spey after 30 minutes tuition from proprietor, head instructor and Loop Akademi member Callum Conner!

 

Lennie was looking after French guest Arnaud for a days Guided Trout Fishing near Perth. Lennie speaks French pretty fluently which was a big help as Arnaud didn’t speak much English! Lennie knows this Trout water like the back of his hands, using his experience he managed to guide Arnaud to a fantastic day’s sport landing over a dozen hard fighting Rainbow Trout mostly on buzzers

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Happy clients into fish – that’s what we like to see!

A great day’s sport, Arnaud liked it so much he even wrote a blog post praising Scotia Fishing – Peche a la mouche en Ecosse!

Next up was the lovely Bilson family. They were looking to do some Trout & Pike fishing in Perthshire. We decided to split the day over two lochs in close proximity, fishing for Rainbow & Brown Trout in the morning then Perch & Pike in the afternoon. Master Bilson was the first up and caught his first fish on the fly on his first cast – literally! 

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A well conditioned Rainbow for young George – well done!

The fishing proved to be challenging after this mainly due to the bright sunshine but they missed a few more fish before stopping for lunch. After a fine lunch, freshly prepared loch side by our very own culinary expert & fishing guide “Leonardo Fullero” including wild chanterelle mushrooms and fresh smoked Trout our guests moved down to the lower Loch to fish for Jack Pike and Perch. Bliss was first up with a lovely Perch fishing the trusty old Mepps, re-rigged with single hooks to aid unhooking.  That was followed by a couple of small Jack Pike to 3lbs by George!  The family had a great day out and big thanks were relayed to our guide Lennie for giving them such a great Scottish fishing experience.

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The humble Perch – arguably on of our most beautiful fresh water species!

August seemed to be a popular month for Australian’s to visit Scotland, Callum was looking after two Australian guests Salmon fishing on the River Tay. Conditions were perfect, with 2ft of extra water upon arrival, we couldn’t have asked for better! The guys fished hard all morning with only one fish showing, it was tough.

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Some great light on the Tay…

In the afternoon we concentrated on fishing down the five trees into Luncarty, one of my favourite areas on Knowesbank. Ross managed a wee Brown Trout, not the intended species but always welcome! The last couple of hours we started to see a run of spanking Grilse coming through the pool but much to our frustration they were running hard and not looking at any of our offerings! The best way to end a good day’s Salmon fishing in Scotland regardless of the result is with a fine Scottish Dram!

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Cheers guys!

I managed to get out for a day myself on the Lower Tay with joining ghillie Harry down at Waulkmill. Fishing from the bank in the morning I took two Sea Trout in quick succession before stopping for lunch. In the afternoon we went out on the boat to cover some more water. The water was still coloured after a recent rise so we started to fish with vibrating plugs. This saw a change in results instantly with Harry losing a few fish on the trot, some very close to the boat and one that looked a bit of a pig- sickener! 

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Quick snap with the mobile and away she went..

I managed another small sea trout on the Vision 110 then like Harry also started getting hits and then connecting and losing fish after playing them for 15-20 seconds – so frustrating but on the other hand good fun. It’s not often you get sport like this when Salmon fishing in Scotland, we must have lost around ten fish between us in only a few hours of fishing. Great to see so many fish running in August.

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An osprey flies over head looking for lunch…

Our final Australian guest was Jarrad, a music teacher now living in England. He was up in Scotland for a few days with his partner doing some hiking and camping around Scotland. Like many anglers visiting Scotland, the Atlantic Salmon was on the bucket list! Jarrad was out for a day and this is never an easy task for us Guides but it’s a challenge we love to take on here at Scotia Fishing. Conditions were good with a slight tinge and the level dropping. We had the beat all to ourselves and Waulkmill/Goldcastle Ghillie Harry took us out on the boat in the morning to fish some of the pools easier. It didn’t take Jarrad long to connect with some chrome spinning with the Tay favourite “Toby Salmo”.

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Grip it and grin!

A fine Tay Grilse in top condition and mission accomplished! 

At least once a month Lennie and I try to get days fishing together to relax and go over ideas. This month saw us do a days Salmon fishing. We had low water conditions (typical of most of August) but the river had been dropping away following a recent rise so we were confident there should be some fish about. I managed to hook this coloured Sea Trout….

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A Sea Trout that has been in fresh water for a number of weeks..

Then a lovely Grilse at last knockings…

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Some anglers have all the luck…

One thing that we love to see is our clients taking the time to write positive feedback from their trips with us. We’ve had some phenomenal reviews lately.  You can see some of the Scotia Fishing reviews here

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This is Scotland… Ultra-light lure fishing in style!

Big thanks this month go out to the Lower Scone Ghillies, they are top professionals, extremely helpful and a credit to the River Tay!

September is a huge month for Scotland, we have the referendum then the Ryder Cup at local luxury hotel complex Gleneagles. 

We still have some availability in October so please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to organise guided Salmon fishing trips in Scotland during peak season!

Until next month…

Bests

Lennie & Callum

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Fly Fishing in Perth Scotland UK

Fly fishing in Perth Scotland offers the visiting angler a multitude of fishing options. Perthshire is home to some of the best Salmon, Trout and Pike fishing in Scotland. It’s home to some of the most prolific Salmon fishing rivers in Europe, including the mighty River Tay.

Our team of professional fishing guides combine over 50 years of local knowledge, passion and experience of fishing in the Perthshire countryside.

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The iconic River Tay in all its glory!

Salmon Fly Fishing in Perth Scotland

Experience Salmon fishing near Perth in Scotland on the iconic River Tay with our professional fishing guides. Salmon fishing in Scotland is not just about the fishing, this is the home of Salmon fly fishing.

Our guides will teach you how to Spey cast using double handed fly rods or you can spin cast which is often very effective given the right conditions.

We also offer guided fishing trips on the lesser known rivers in Perthshire like the Tummel, Earn, Isla, Garry and Tilt. These can often be productive Salmon rivers in the right conditions, some fish better in the spring, some in the back end.

Using our knowledge and experience of these rivers we will choose the river and beat we think offers you the best chance of landing that prized Atlantic Salmon!

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Salmon Fly fishing Perth Scotland on the mighty River Tay!

Trout Fly Fishing in Perth Scotland

Scotia Fishing can organise guided Trout fly Fishing in Perth on one of Scotland’s most iconic Trout fishing lochs, Loch Leven. This shallow fertile loch has some of the best natural feeding in Scotland. Trout grow here to epic proportions, but be warned – they are no push-overs!

When the fish are on here there is simply no better Loch in Scotland! Loch Leven is also steeped in history, its unique strain of Trout have been introduced all over the globe, Tasmania, Australia especially.

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A serious brown trout caught on the dry fly!

Fly fishing in Perthshire is not not just about Loch Leven, there is an abundance of lochs and rivers in Perthshire offering quality fishing for wild brown trout and grayling. What the wild brown trout often lack in size they make up for in beauty and spirit.

 

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The beauty of fishing in Perthshire…

Grayling are our winter saviour, when the Salmon season is over the grayling fishing really kicks of! They tend to shoal up and offer great sport in the colder months. The ‘lady of the stream’ (as they are often referred to) are a firm favourite with Scotia Fishing guides due to their beauty.

We can organise trips all year for grayling but the peak season is really November – February.

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A proper Grayling from the River Earn near Perth

Pike Fly Fishing in Perth Scotland

We can arrange Guided Pike Fishing in Perth Scotland with our head guide Callum Conner who’s a fanatical Pike angler. He has the water craft skills and guiding experience to put you on to these hard-fighting predators. An enviable list of big Pike to over 40lbs for himself and clients to over 20lbs!

Pike are a species of fish rarely associated with Scotland but many would argue they are our number one sporting species.

The Pikes aggressive predatory nature means they can be caught all year round using fly, lure or bait. Although we do prefer to target them using fly fishing and modern lure techniques.

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The end result of some guided Pike fly fishing in Perth Scotland Uk – sorry for the photoshop but we have to protect our secret spots!

All our packages include:

  • Transport
  • Permits
  • Professional, personal guide
  • Qualified tuition
  • Top of the range tackle from brands like Loop Tackle Design & Sakura Fishing
  • Breathable waders & boots
  • Full safety equipment
  • Gourmet sandwiches & Non Alcoholic Drinks
  • Professional photography from your trip to keep as a souvenir

 

If you would like to find out any more information about fly fishing in Perth Scotland or book a guided fishing trip please get in touch via the “Contact Us” button at the top of the page or follow the numerous link through the post.

Fishing Trips in Scotland – July Round Up

We had a variety of fishing trips in Scotland during July. July was a hot month, we experienced 30 degree temperatures on a number of days, with some fisheries recording water temperatures over 20 degrees – not great for Salmonoid species such as Trout and Salmon. That didn’t stop us from landing some special fish, particularly towards the beginning of July.

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Dan enjoys the downstream view on the River Tay

Daniel was out Salmon fishing on the river Tay in low conditions and although we didn’t manage any Salmon, we had a great day and Daniel learnt to Spey cast using top of the range rods from Loop. He worked hard and deserved a Salmon for his efforts – maybe next time Dan!

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Lady Caroline fishing the mighty River Tay!

I had the pleasure of looking after Greg for three fishing trips in Scotland, we decided to do a day of Salmon, Pike and Trout. The first day we fished for Salmon and Greg was fully aware the conditions were going to be tough but it’s not often you get the chance to fish for Salmon in Scotland – the home of Salmon fly fishing! He plodded on but could not connect with one of natures finest creatures!

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22lbs of Trossachs Pike!

Next day saw Greg on our guided Pike fishing trips in Scotland! Greg had to be talked into Pike, it’s not often a fish associated with Scotland but we have some outstanding Pike fishing in Scotland. We didn’t have to wait long, Greg had literally only been fishing 5 minutes and we connected with the new Scotia Fishing big fish record – a 22lb Pike!

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Not long after he managed this stunner weight 16lbs on the fly using one of Callum’s own tied Pike flies on the Loop Cross S1 9ft #9 fly rod. Greg followed this with another 5 smaller jack Pike to 6lbs – a great day by anyone’s standards. Next up was Trout and we fished one of our favourite brown trout lochs. We managed half a dozen or so Wild Brown Trout to 3/4lb, the average wild stamp of fish.

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Golden Browns!

Greg remarked how much he enjoyed the variety of the three days and really enjoyed his fishing trips in Scotland with Scotia Fishing! 

With the fishing hard on our local Brown Trout water and little Salmon activity we took South African father and Son on a guided trout fishing trip in Edinburgh to a reservoir that offers great sport for Rainbow Trout on dry flies. Here’s a little video I took with talented young angler Rhu catching and releasing a lovely Rainbow Trout on a daddy long legs!

 

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Yes, this is Scotland!

Callum headed up to the far north of Scotland to look after a group of German anglers with fly fish dreamer’s head guide Wes. Weather wise it was perfect, you couldn’t have asked for better weather to see this beautiful part of our country but for Trout fishing it was far from ideal to be honest. We had temperatures up to 29 degrees with not a cloud to be seen for four days! 

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Dennis releases a nice sea trout

With this in mind we turned our attention to fishing in the sea. The group managed to get some lovely Sea Trout and Mackerel which became a staple part of our diet over the four days, freshly cooked by the water, delicious – you can’t get any fresher than that! 

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A whopper for young Alexander on his first ever outing fly fishing!

We also managed to introduce three newcomers to the wonderful sport of fly fishing this month! Lennie was looking after father and son from Dubai Alex and Anas. After some tuition from our guide Lennie, a qualified SGAIC casting instructor, Alex managed to catch three hard fighting rainbow trout fishing buzzers on a floating line – out fishing his father I may add! Father & Son fishing trips in Scotland.

 

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Fish on for Wu!

Sang and Wu all the way from Korea managed to connect with a few rainbow’s too after some qualified instruction from head guide and Loop Akademi member Callum. They done very well considering the conditions, with Wu releasing a lovely 4 pounder on the fly! Looking forward to taking the guys Salmon fishing later this year.

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The sun sets in the beautiful highlands of Scotland!

August has got of to a flyer with one lucky client landing three Salmon on the river Tay. With some much needed rain arriving we expect the Salmon fishing to really start picking up from now into September, especially now with the grilse (1 sea winter Salmon) are finally arriving in numbers. We still have some availability for the rest of the August and September so if you fancy a days guided fishing in Scotland please get in touch by pressing the “EMAIL US” box at the top of the site.

Stay tuned for our August round up of our guided fishing trips in Scotland with Scotia Fishing.

Tight lines & best wishes!

Callum & Lennie

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