Fishing Reports 2010

Week Ending 23rd May 2010

As usual it has not been an easy week on Speyside; the fish are just not there in any numbers. Some beats are picking away but then others are struggling. The water levels stayed up…

Week Ending 16th May 2010

The weather on Speyside is still unseasonable, on Sunday night there was snow and frost and it was if anything colder on Monday night.  It is fairly unusual to see blossom on the trees and…

Week Ending 9th May 2010

It has been a patchy week on Speyside and yet again some beats fished well whilst others struggled. The water levels fluctuated a little but most beats should have had conditions near enough perfect at…

Week Ending 2nd May 2010

Again it has not been an easy week on Speyside, and again some beats fished well whilst others struggled.  The water levels were on the high side which suits some beats more than others. Water…

Week Ending April 24th 2010

Well it has not been an easy week on Speyside. Some beats seemed to fish quite well whilst others never saw a fish. The river started the week on a fine height and it gradually…

Week ending April 17th 2010

Well at last for the first time this season we have managed to fish all six days this week.  The river was slightly on the high side but it suited some beats more than others.…

Week ending April 10th 2010

Well you will never guess, but it has been a difficult week on Speyside! The river was a little to high on Monday morning but perfectly fishable, contrary to another less well informed reporter, it stayed…

Week ending April 4th 2010

I’m beginning to get repetitive but it has been a difficult week on Speyside! Monday was fine but conditions changed dramatically on Tuesday, Aberlour had about 18” of snow in 24 hours and the A95,…

Week ending 28th March 2010

Again it has not been an easy week on Speyside, the river levels have been up and down and I have not been convinced that this change was caused 100% by the diurnal effect of…

Week ending 21st March 2010

It has been a difficult week with the snow melting and making the river very high and almost unfishable. Monday saw the river at over five feet and Tuesday was not much better, but by…
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