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    Default Swale salmon

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    Fish being caught at Topcliffe weir

    What's your thoughts????
    Last edited by Dalesman; 22-10-2015 at 09:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalesman View Post
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    Fish being caught at Topcliffe weir
    Salmon Hall.Named not because of it's connection with Chub..
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    Quote Originally Posted by simon grace View Post
    Salmon Hall.Named not because of it's connection with Chub..
    I used to fish Topcliffe a lot for Chub and Barbel but never thought of Salmon.
    Nice to see..
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    I just wish Leeds hadn't lost all that lovely fly water up at Catterick! I don't think the resident barbel fishers at Topcliffe are going to be too chuffed at me chucking a fly across their lines!
    It's still good to see. These fish don't seem to be having problems at sea


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    Great to see, BCAA whom im a member have the salmon hall stretch, but its more coarse fishnig im told due to it being very slow and deep! Great to see these fish running though!

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    It's not a new thing seeing Salmon in the Swale. They're present right through the Ouse system with the River Ure probably being the most productive in numbers of fish running the Ouse systems.
    I don't report much on it these days but I live about 5 minutes away from the River Wharfe and I see Salmon in the river on a regular basis.The river around Burley in Wharfedale seems to attract a fair number of fish every year but I haven't seen any this year as yet but the river has been very low all year.
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