Articles Written By: Malcolm Newbould

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Week Commencing 14th September.

The forecast is for it to remain dry till the end of the week. Temperatures will remain in the mid-teens. On Tuesday it is the Autumn Equinox then its all downhill till next year. The…

Week Commencing 7th September.

There has been some rain over the last 24 hours but certainly not as much as some were predicting. Most of the rain seems to have fallen in the Western part of the catchment. The…

Week Commencing 31st August.

The river is getting very low which is not helping the catches, we could do with a rise to stir things up. There is some heavy rain forecast for Tuesday evening, but I don’t think…

Week Commencing 24th August 2020.

Last week’s forecast was a little more accurate and for the third week in a row there was a small mid-week rise in the river. This week the forecast follows along the same lines with…

Week Commencing 17th August.

Well last week’s weather forecast was particularly inaccurate, there was very little rain. I’m not sure if it was rain or due to the preparation work for the duelling of the A 9 but the…

Week Commencing 10th August.

I’ve been away to a sunny spot, no not Spain or France so I don’t have to isolate, but to fish a Highland spate river, not surprisingly rather unsuccessfully. Anyway, the forecast for the next…

Week Commencing 3rd August 2020.

The rain on Tuesday lifted the river a little but the high-water temperature still kept the catches down. This coming week’s forecast is similar with some rain forecast mid-week. Tides there will be no new…

Week Commencing 27th July 20.

There will be some rain Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. The tides are building till mid week.   Catches. Gordon Castle. David Buley writes, “There were over one hundred and twenty fish caught this week,…

Week Commencing 20th July 2020.

Again the forecast is for rain at the start and the end of the week. Friday is forecast to be hot and sunny, but Friday is a long way away. The tides have peaked and…
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