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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Where the bright waters meet.


    May on Speyside. Is there a more glorious time to be alive!

  2. #12


    I like early season with ice and snow about, not many fish about but for some reason i enjoy it, waiting for the sun to come up, big flask of coffee or soup, then waiting for the heaters to warm up in the car on the way home.

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  3. #13


    End of.
    So many options.
    Remember Thomas Muir of Huntershill

  4. #14


    Anytime between March and October as already said. If I had to choose one time though it would be Mid October when I go to the highlands. The colours of the trees and bracken, no midges and the roar of the stag combined with good fishing. Nothing better for me
    Last edited by Neil W; 12-01-2020 at 02:40 PM.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Sep 2015


    Late april and early may for me, not just for fishing, but for the countryside in general. Nice time to be in the garden / veggie plot as well.

    Spring is my favourite season followed by autumn.

    Saying that, the way the seasons are going, we only have springs and autumns, dont really get a summer these days and definitely no real winters.
    Last edited by salarchaser; 12-01-2020 at 12:30 PM.
    I think I've got this work life balance thingy right.

    That is to say I spend more time in work thinking about fishing than I spend fishing and thinking about work!

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Mar 2009


    Has to be May for me too.
    Bill Cook

  7. #17


    Quote Originally Posted by budge View Post
    Anytime between March and October rest of it stinks Favourite time of year?

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    To be a bit more precise, early spring for me watching nature waking up. I'm definitely not a winter person, given the chance I could quite easily go somewhere warm or hibernate Favourite time of year?

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  8. #18


    Early November.
    Pretty much all the rivers are closed so you don't have to keep watching the weather forecasts praying for rain (or for it to stop raining) or a downstream wind or at least a bit of cloud. No need to worry that you might be missing a fish because you have to work when the river is right for once. A time to relax!


  9. #19


    “Good fishing”....... do share ?

  10. #20


    September and October for me for everything but fishing. April and May for that.

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