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Magic start to season 2021 never saw as much springers for a lot of years lets hope the rest of the season continues and there will be some great sport to  be had.

here's a few absolute pristine silver licers 

www.balmakewanfishing.co.uk

 

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On 30/03/2021 at 10:17, MIK said:

Magic start to season 2021 never saw as much springers for a lot of years lets hope the rest of the season continues and there will be some great sport to  be had.

here's a few absolute pristine silver licers 

www.balmakewanfishing.co.uk

 

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What do you put the increase last season and this to MIK ?

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On 01/04/2021 at 09:50, bell said:

What do you put the increase last season and this to MIK ?

Storm Frank Dec 30 2015 was a once in a life time flood with the river rising near 18ft causing a lot of damage to the river bed and habitat killing large number of the full cycle of fish from eggs to smolt to even adult fish ....a salmons cycle is 5 years egg ,alevin, fry, parr, smolt 1 year at sea returning as a grilse multi wintered fish returning as a salmon .....this is the first year that Storm Frank will not of effected the numbers also we have been smolt sheherding on the river for 12 years now basically protecting juvinile salmon from predation from fish eating birds under SNH licence and the results are there for everyone to see       

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5 hours ago, MIK said:

Storm Frank Dec 30 2015 was a once in a life time flood with the river rising near 18ft causing a lot of damage to the river bed and habitat killing large number of the full cycle of fish from eggs to smolt to even adult fish ....a salmons cycle is 5 years egg ,alevin, fry, parr, smolt 1 year at sea returning as a grilse multi wintered fish returning as a salmon .....this is the first year that Storm Frank will not of effected the numbers also we have been smolt sheherding on the river for 12 years now basically protecting juvinile salmon from predation from fish eating birds under SNH licence and the results are there for everyone to see       

Interesting re Storm Frank 👍

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On 05/04/2021 at 12:38, MIK said:

Storm Frank Dec 30 2015 was a once in a life time flood with the river rising near 18ft causing a lot of damage to the river bed and habitat killing large number of the full cycle of fish from eggs to smolt to even adult fish ....a salmons cycle is 5 years egg ,alevin, fry, parr, smolt 1 year at sea returning as a grilse multi wintered fish returning as a salmon .....this is the first year that Storm Frank will not of effected the numbers also we have been smolt sheherding on the river for 12 years now basically protecting juvinile salmon from predation from fish eating birds under SNH licence and the results are there for everyone to see       

See that you say about that storm frank??? Our river had a massive flood the week before the season started and the fish numbers are nearly non existsnt compared to every other season do you think this could be tge reason? 

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