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Latest PDAA News

River Tay season comes to an end. Oct 15 2019

All members please note that the River Tay  system, salmon/sea trout fishing season has now finished. The Forth, Teith and Earn systems continue till 31st October 2019. The catch return on the Tay for PDAA, was slightly better, than 2018 & 2017, but unfortunately the river height on the last weeks or so, made fishing difficult,  although there appeared to be  some fish around up to the end of the season..

DEFRA public consultation on fish predators

The Department for the Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs (Defra) has launched a public consultation on the review of the general licence.


Guess you’re all aware of this?

River Earn Categorization (Courier Article Oct 2019)

See link below of article in The Courier 10/10/2019.


Recording Rod Effort, Salmon Fishing 2019

Marine Scotland requires salmon fishing beats and owners, to report rod effort at the end of season 2019,this is already in hand with PDAA Salmon Secretary Jim Henderson. This item for members information.

I attach a copy of the Q&A which was produced to support the information detailed on topic sheet No 103.


I trust this will answer your questions, however please feel free to get back in touch if you require anything further.


Dalguise beat River Tay Oct 2019

Good conditions at Dalguise, some fish showing from the island at Dowally Stream.

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