2019 Reports

Welcome to 2019 and we hope to welcome many fishermen to the Tiptoe Beat in 2019.

2019 Fishing Statistics

MonthSalmon & GrilseSea TroutTotal
January 2019000
February 2019000
March 2019000
April 2019000
May 2019050
June 20191190
July 2019140
August 20191870
September 2019000
October 2019000
November 2019000
December 2019000

SEPTEMBER 2019

5.5lb salmon Size 14 double caught in Pulpit 2 sept 19

September started well with Mike Blee’s annual visit to the Till, and he started the week well on Monday 2nd Sept by catching and returning a 5.5 lb salmon in the Pulpit Pool (number 10 pool) on a size 14 double. MIKE’S SALMON Mike continued to have an enjoyable and fruitful week. On 3rd September…

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AUGUST 2019

Peter Brewis 1st Aug 2019

Peter Brewis, a local angler from Kirknewton visited for only a couple of hours on the evening of Thursday 1st August , and had some success in the Beach Pool. (No. 7) He caught this beautiful Sea trout weighing 3 lb in the Beach Pool with a fly – Gold Willie Gunn. We are hoping he will…

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JULY 2019

Fergus Liggins 27th July 2019 Top Stream Salmon

On 4th July Tom Roberts caught & returned a 3 lb Sea Trout in the Top Stream Poo; with a Peter Ross fly. The water was low and On 6th July Iain McLeod caught & returned a 3 lb Sea Trout in Tiptoe Throat Pool (No 4) on a spinner. He also caught at least…

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June 2019

McLeary ST

June has been a record breaking month with some talented visitors with Lots of sport with Sea Trout. On June 8th Iain McLeod returned and caught 4 sea trout in top Stream, Mile Marker, Pump House and Tiptoe Throat Pools. He also caught numerous brown trout. On 11th June Mr Finch Noyles caught and returned a…

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May 2019

Mike Smith and Mr Shankie

On May 11th 2019 Mike and Norman came fishing for the day.  2 Sea trout were caught in the Beach Pool. the sizes were 7lb and 2.5lb (returned) Mike said “Arriving at the river we found it was running quite coloured from a rise two days earlier fishing the fly was going to be out…

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