Shimano Trinidad Reels

• The knot should always be moistened before tightening it, as otherwise the knots may have only half the breaking strength.

• Keep in mind that well tied knots will not need any glue.

• Start using bows only after good practice. This will safeguard time.

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During the latter months of the season prices can be anything from ₤ 60.00 a day to in excess of ₤ 450.00 each day, again depending on the on the river and quality of beat. Generally of thumb the higher the permit price the higher the annual catch rate will be on any given beat. You can still find relatively affordable salmon fishing on some of the smaller rivers or less productive beats of the major rivers for ₤ 30.00 to ₤ 60.00 each day. If you hire a professional guide he or she will be able to advise you on the very best salmon fishing available at the time to suit your requirements and budget and should be able to secure permits for you. If you wish to fish without a guide then permits are available online either direct from the beat website or from an online booking agency. Local tackle shops can also provide permits. On the main rivers availability for the top beats in the latter months of the season, August, September and October is very limited so booking early is always advisable.

The Tay is not only the longest river in Scotland covering 120 miles, it also has the largest volume of water of any river in the UK, making it less water dependent to fish well than most of the salmon fishing rivers in Scotland. With the spring runs starting from mid March it provides excellent salmon fishing right through the season. The river starts it's journey from Loch Tay at Killin and travels through some gorgeous and magnificent scenery passed Kenmore, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld and Perth before reaching the Firth of Tay just east of Perth where the river becomes tidal.

The salmon fishing season on the Spey doesn't start until the 11th of February and a few spring salmon are typically present in the lower region of the river. Salmon start to maximize in numbers from early April and by June can be found throughout the river. The summer season can produce some excellent fishing and many fish in excess of 30lb have been caught in the spring runs.