Fishing News Roundup 111

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Cause for optimism on Scottish salmon rivers

Shooting UK

Story: Felix Petit

The aftermath of a scorching June witnessed an intriguing climatic shift in the United Kingdom. July marked its entry as the sixth wettest on record since meteorological data collection commenced in 1836. In a dramatic twist, Northern Ireland experienced an exceptional deluge, setting a new record for the region’s wettest July. Read more…

10 Of The Most Fantastic Fishing Spots In London

Secret London

Story: Samuel Hopkins

From off-the-map spots in Epping Forest to stretches of the River Lea, here’s a roundup of the best fishing spots in London. Now when it comes to London Town, we’re sure that you don’t automatically think of fishing. After all, we’re a city of nine million or so people, so there’s not exactly loads of places to get away from all that hustle and bustle. But you’d be surprised to know that there are actually plenty of places dotted about where you can cast a rod and catch some fish. So, if you’re looking for something chill and a bit different to do, then why not check out these fishing spots in London. Read more…

Good sport at Millhall and Drumtassie

The Edinburgh Reporter

Story: Nigel Duncan

Millhall Loch near Polmont continues in fine form, with lots of anglers commenting on the hard-fighting qualities of the fish. Better catches this week have gone to those anglers fishing lures, on both floating and sinking lines, with damsels being the top performing fly. Buzzer, diawl bach and cruncher patterns still took plenty of fish but it was noticeable that the better returns went to lure anglers. Read more…

Well, that’s it for now. See you on Sunday…

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