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    Default Unusual or trick photos

    What connection has this scene with a well known salmon river in Tayside?



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    obviously the Shee(p)

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    Rams names Garry
    Caution is a most valuable asset in fishing, especially if you are the fish.

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    I knew this would be ammunition for the SFF wags..........

    Keep them coming, interesting to see if anyone can get the connection though........

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    Is it that we all get fleeced on the Tay nowadays?

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    Got it!! They are Black Faced sheep that look as if they are submerged in water. Its the Blackwater.Send me the prize

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    Ewe know the pictures mint but sheep in front is on a Tilt!
    Thought more answers would be flocking in?
    Caution is a most valuable asset in fishing, especially if you are the fish.

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    both have crazy wadeing or hills to get what you are looking for ie grass or fish
    Dont worry be happy go fishing Hidden Content

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoopy View Post
    ewe know the pictures mint but sheep in front is on a tilt!
    Thought more answers would be flocking in?
    :d:d:d

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    The blackfaced sheep has an intimate relationship with the hills & moorland of Scotland, in particular, Tayside, and the control of Tay headwater habitat by grazing of such sheep has a direct impact on the streams inhabited by salmon fry & parr, so that the preservation of salmon broodstock areas are influenced by the use of sheep on the surrounding land.

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    Highlander,

    You are analysing too much. Answer is off the fun variety, nobody has seen the obvious yet.......

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