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River Tweed Commission COVID-19 Statement

Following the announcements made on Monday night by the UK and Scottish Governments there are now only a limited number of permissible reasons for leaving our homes. These reasons do not include leisure pursuits such as fishing.

The new regime is being introduced for the protection of the general public. In the context of the River Tweed the health and welfare of Boatmen, Fishers and their respective families and the wider Tweed Community is the primary concern. Until such time as the Coronavirus is under control and subject to any clarification issued by the Governments we should accept that fishing as an activity is not possible.

In view of the fact that the office at Drygrange is now closed and RTC staff are remote working any enquiries to RTC should be emailed to enquiries@rtc.org.uk. We will do our best to respond as soon as possible. If in any doubt however about actions to be taken in the light of the Coronavirus outbreak please refer to the relevant page on the Scottish Government website relating to Coronavirus https://www.gov.scot/

January 2021

Below are some useful links regarding Covid from Scottish Governmment

Marine Scotland Guidance for anglers during Coronavirus - Marine Scotland (blogs.gov.scot)

 

River Tweed Commission guidance

 

28 March 2021 Update- New AGM date cancelled

'Peeblesshire Trout Fishing Association - AGM Cancellation. The AGM was due to take place at the Tontine Hotel on 7th April 2021. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation it has been decided to cancel this meeting. Should members/readers wish to raise any issues, please do so via PTFA Website.

A new date will be published in due course as and when restrictions allow.

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.

cray fish

 

Pictures from the 2017 Family Day are now available Click Here to view the pictures.

Thanks to Fastflies.co.uk for their support of these events.

 

2021 Season Tickets Available:Costing only £40 for a nine month season ticket and £10 for a day ticket (Day Tickets only available from 1st April 2021). . Read more here.

No Winter Grayling Fishing Available on Day Ticket.

 

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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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