The Tweed is globally renowned as one of one of the most respected salmon fishing rivers in Scotland and although distinguished for its big salmon runs in the fall it likewise makes some outstanding spring runs on the reduced beats as very early as February. Come March as well as April salmon could be discovered on many beats throughout the system and also fishes very well throughout the summertime months. The main salmon runs take area during the fall months and last up until the end of the period in Nov. Fish of over 25lbs are not uncommon and a document fish of 50lbs was captured as well as released in 2013 on the Tweed. Some tributaries of the Tweed such as the River Ettrick and the Teviot can also offer excellent salmon fishing. The fishing is fly fishing simply although a couple of beats will certainly enable rotate fishing in high water conditions. The season is from the 1st of February till the 30th of November.
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The River Dee is 85 miles long as well as runs eastern from the source at the Wells of Dee spring (at 4000 ft) on the side of Braeriach in the Cairngorm Hills. The Dee runs past Braemar, Balmoral, Ballater, Aboyne and also Banchory just before joining the sea at Aberdeen. Unlike the Spey which has actually peat coloured waters the Dee has amazing clear water despite being bordered by peat hillsides on its training course. Also after a massive spate the waters clear incredibly rapidly.