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    Default Ribble Salmon ascending the Foss

    I posted one of these under random pics but thought they were worthy of their own thread.

    Wilbert will have seen these already but thought others may like to see them. They were taken last back end (Nov i think) Salmon ascending the Foss (force) at Stainforth, N Yorks

    If anyone wants to take family for a back end picnic and watch Salmon jumping, theres no better place than the Foss at Stainforth in early Nov after a bit of rain.



    Last edited by Saint Andrews; 03-04-2008 at 12:17 PM.

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    Excellent pictures mate!!!!! love the top one
    Ye Cannae help bein' a wee bit grumpy, No if ye was jist born crabbit

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    N.B I didnt take the pics myself, wish I had though! They are some of the best pics of migrating Salmon I have ever seen.

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    Fantastic Pictures - best I have seen for a long time.


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    Great pictures nice view for a picnic

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    beautiful sight

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    Excellent pictures!!!!!!

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    The water colour is amazing. Very peaty

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    Very much like the Feugh at Banchory
    Tomorrow is another day, so is the next

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloggi View Post
    The water colour is amazing. Very peaty
    You will have to get yourself down south of the border and give it a try first hand.

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