Newsletter 

Our latest newsletter to members has been posted today and also includes catch return forms that members need to complete and return to our secretary Dave Wilson. Please remember that you must complete and return your catch return forms to the EA as it is a legal requirement.As the main season for migratory fishing in England has now ended we ask members to complete our forms straight away as it will assist the committee in our deliberations on club waters throughout the close season. It is early days yet to try and work out how the season has gone for the salmon and sea trout anglers in the club and the catch returns will clearly give us the answers. Indications from other beats on the rivers do not look too promising compared to previous seasons although fishing did improve greatly once the nets were off. Very heavy rain at the start of the last week of the season put the rivers out of fishing order for several days and put a dampner on the end of the season for many anglers.

November Fishing 

Memebrs still have the advantage of continuing their season to the end of November with our fishing on the rivers Tweed and Till. The Tweed must be booked in advance before fishing and members are reminded that on the Fenton beat on the Till that there is a ten rod limit per day and we again remind members to place there membership badge and number of rods fishing on display in their vehicles to assist our bailiffs  and also other members. One of the biggest salmon for years has been caught on the Tweed, not our stretch regretfully, coming in at a guesstimated 50lb. Pictures of the huge cock fish are available on fish pal.