The Teith rose 2ft + overnight to a raging silty maelstrom this morning but settling somewhat in the afternoon. so, for the 3rd Wednesday running, the river was well out of order.
Still and all, the Good Lord loves a trier and with a river impossible to wade for the most part, and certainly...
Hi, I'm hoping to get some advice. Next season will be my first going after salmon. I live in Glasgow, can anyone recommend the best way to get started. Get a season permit on a fairly local river like the Clyde or Teith or go for day tickets on different rivers when the conditions are right...
Perfect antidote to the Spring salmon blues.
Not for everybody but------------------------
20 including this 10lbr (all returned) keeping me amused and the rod bent constantly.:thumb:
No moans about fish on the grass please, they were all quite happy to swim away.
Back to thrashing the Teith...
Just a little addition to our fishing for this year it
Has been decided to add the Stirling Council
Fishings on the rivers forth and teith once again
A great chance for anglers who don't always want
To fish the Tay to stop off in Stirling for a cast or
Nip up to callander for a shot on the more...
Not a typical Teith fish quite slim but covered in lice. Thought it was considerably bigger as every time I applied some pressure it shot off into deeper water. Was about 8lb. Turns out was hooked in the tongue which might explain its behaviour. Recovered ok though and heading for Callander..
We have received the Stirling Fisheries season permits for the 2016 season today. Please have a look here for prices, what you need to provide to apply for a permit, where you can fish and more...https://www.anglingactive.co.uk/magazine/river-forth-teith-2016-permit-prices/