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    Not even a follow to my 2" Willie Gunn tube.....

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    is that lower river? ladykirk?

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    What lovely pictures!
    Reminds me of a lovely July dusk on the Border Esk when the same thing happened a few summers back. Obviously used to, and confident in, their ability. We also share our prime pool tails with others, and I am pleased to see that! They sure are good and natural swimmers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by topbeat View Post
    is that lower river? ladykirk?
    Looks like it!! Castle bank looking towards ladykirk

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    Lovely to see, nice photos.
    What to do? Stay green.
    Never mind the machine,
    Whose fuel is human souls
    Live large, man, and dream small.

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    What great pics, amazing to see sights like this when out fishing and the bears that we encountered in Russia ealrier this year. Looks like Ladykirk (second top beat) in high water conditions and I would imagine the current would be pretty poweful, so they must be confident swimmers
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    Quote Originally Posted by splash View Post
    Looks like Ladykirk (second top beat) in high water conditions and I would imagine the current would be pretty poweful, so they must be confident swimmers

    Long Cairn from Horncliffe side. 1'6" at Norham Bridge.

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    Great pictures. It is the things that hapen like that, that make a days fishing for me.

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    I always say "there's more to fishing than catching fish". What a wonderful sight to see and photograph....the sort of thing you will only ever see if you take time to stand or sit quietly in our countryside.

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    Colin: "Alec! Get the tripple two!"
    (somewhere in the west - 1980's)

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    great pics .. happend 2 me a few years ago on a trout loch . makes u humble 2 see things like that ......

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