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Signal Crayfish found at the mouth of the Leithen Water

A dead American signal crayfish, which can obliterate fishstocks and destroy river banks, has been Found near the mouth of the Leithen Water in Innerleithen. If you see any of these in any of the Tweed tributaries please notify the Tweed Foundation or email peeblesshiretroutfishing@gmail.com

Importantly, a licence is needed to remove live Crayfish from the river (to prevent further spread). If anyone finds a live one, then they should stamp on it and report their observation.

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A free open day for all children and adults interested in learning to fly fish is being held on Saturday 1 July 2017 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Kailzie Fishery near Cardrona.

Pictures from the Family Day held on 6th May are now available Click Here to view the pictures.

Free tuition in fly casting will be given with all necessary equipment being provide. The Fishery will be running a BBQ and fresh food will be available to buy.

With thanks to Fastflies.co.uk for their support of these events.


2017 Season Tickets Available: 2017 season tickets and day tickets are available for the Peeblesshire Trout Fishing Association's waters. Costing only £33 for a nine month season ticket and £8 for a day ticket. Read more here.


Grayling caught in the Tweed - January 2017

News: A page has been added to the website outlining the work carried out by the Tweed Trout and Grayling Initiative and the contribution made by the Peeblesshire Trout Fishing Association and it's members. For more information click here.

Pictures of Trout Fishing on the River Tweed

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