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Stöd för Arjeplogs strömmar!
2011-04-29  07:48

Hjälp oss att sprida budskapet!
Från tisdag 26 april kan man köpa t-shirt till stöd för Arjeplogs strömmar!
Länken till köpsidan på Älvräddarnas hemsida är: http://www.alvraddarna.se/index.php?s=132





Cuba 2012 - dags att boka nu!
2011-04-26  20:44

Ni som har följt bloggen och ni andra som är sugna på lite äventyr – dags att boka Cuba för 2012. Jag bokar 2 veckor med bra månfas en i April och en i maj, Halcon eller Avalon Fleet one lär det bli. Är ni intresserade så finns det plats för några till. Jag vill ha preliminärbokningen innan 1 juni. Priset blir ungefär som i år – ca 6000 USD. Ta chansen nu innan det amerikanska embargot försvinner för då lär vi snabbt bli utkonkurrerade av amerikanerna!

Dag 7
2011-04-25  20:44

Slut för denna gång. Fantastiskt som alltid! Mitt eget resultat var av nu 20 veckor nog ett medelår. 37 krokade och hoppade tarponer och 14 till båten. Procentuellt riktigt bra – jag börjar så sakteliga lära mig detta! Totalt fick alla fisk och alla som inte landade tarponer förut gjorde det. 6 av oss krokade ca 100 tarponer och landade förutom bonefish och barracudor något halvdussin arter till. Bra – vi kommer tillbaka nästa år!

En stor hammarhaj ...passerade - glad att jag inte var i vattnet då!"

...snart igen!

Dag 6
2011-04-25  20:43

Breton gav två fina chanser på morgonen trotts stenhårda mothugg och som jag tyckte total kontroll hoppade de snabbt av. Johan kastade poppern till en gigantisk Baracuda som måste vägt över 30 kilo – en av de största jag sett på grunt vatten. Men men… ingen hunger den bara sniffade lätt på den bortflyende poppern och återvände till djupt vatten. Jonger stakade up på flatsen vid Bocca Grande och efter bara några minuter dök första stimmet upp Johan krokade snabbt en som hoppade av , samma för mig men ett snabbt nytt kast på bara tio meter sugs in av en gigantisk fisk. Rätt upp i luften så solen nära förmörkades och sen iväg i full fart. När 200 m runnit av rullen trotts stenhård press började jag bli nervös. Med jämna mellan rum kastade sig fisken upp i 2 meters hopp. Till slut när mer än 280 m lina var borta fick jag Guiden att följa efter – phuuu! Stenhård fight snyggt filmad av Johan resulterade till slut i en fantastisk fisk. Jonger ville ha den till 100 lbs men men… jag tror vi lägger den på 90 så har vi i alla fall inte överdrivit. Vilken fisk – vilken fight! Tarponfisket är ju adrenalinstinnt superfiske som slår det mesta. Skönhet, råstyrka och maktlöshet – häftigt!Detta blev veckans största landade fisk.














Dag 5
2011-04-25  20:42

Även onsdagen startade med för mycket vind. Den envisa vinden gjorde förmiddagarna knepiga men vid lunch var vinden borta och fisken kom på allvar in på flatsen. Flera fina fiskar landades och det var ett glatt gäng som samlades vid kvällens mojitos. Middagarna i Jardines Dela Reina förtjänar ett särskilt kapitel. Hummer i massor, sashimi på flera arter och varm fisk av flera sorter varje dag – fräsht sunt och helvetes gott helt enkelt. Av alla resor jag gör finns den ingen som är nära matmässigt.

Dag 4
2011-04-25  20:41

En blåsigare dag med svårare förhållanden på flatsen. Fisken var dock där men svårare att komma i håll och svårare att lägga flugan rätt. Vi provade för andra gången de fantastiska flatsen vid arkipelagens västra ände – Breton. Kanske den vackraste fiskeplats jag någonsin besökt. Här är det dock viktigt med ingen vind. En chans blev resultatet. Under eftermiddagen la sig vinden och vi kunde staka revkanterna. Skithäftigt att i stora rullande blanka dyningar kasta på stora stim av födosökande tarponer! 3 i båten och några till tappade efter serier av luftsprång och stenhårda rusningar blev dagen resultat. En fantastisk solnedgång satte punkt för änne en dag i paradiset. Eller som Kristian uttryckte det – platsen är som himlen men fisken från helvetet!




















Dag 3
2011-04-25  20:40

Idag framme vid Bocca Grande. Denna mytomspunna plats med fler och större tarponer än någon annan plats i arkepelagen. Stimmen rullade in och under eftermiddagen stakade Jonger i håll och 6 krokningar gav 4 fiskar i båten med en topp på fina 80 lbs! Allt klaffade återigen! Jag fiskade en 9 fot 12 Guideline RS, Quadra, ridge intermediate, 0,86 flourocarbonspets och en av mina olivgröna specialare. Kvällen bjöd perfekta förhållanden på utsidan revet. Det här är ett otroligt skådespel stimmen av stora tarponer bara väller in. Guidernas gissning är att 3-10.000 fiskar kommer in en bra kväll!!! Hårt tidvatten gjorde det svårt att kroka dem ( eller så är det bara en dålig ursäkt) jag lyckades till slut få en till båtkanten efter att ha krokat och missat 13 fiskar i rad! Den jämnar ut sig och procenten är tillbaka till mer normala ca 30% landningsprocent.














Dag 2
2011-04-25  20:33

En trög förmiddag byttes mot en fantastisk eftermiddag. Tarponfisket kan vara frustrerande med många tappade fiskar och ingen till båten men idag funkade allt! 3 av fyra till båten –lycka! Det är en häftig känsla när man lyckas bemästra detta fiske där marginalerna är så ytterst små. De stora snabba våldsamt hoppande jätte sillarna ger inget utrymme för misstag! Norra sidan bjöd en fantastisk Permit chans- vi såg den på 50 meter långsamt kryssande. Jag kunde lägga flugan flera gånger, den följde bugade ner på krabban ett par gånger – och ratade den som vanligt! Adrenalinet sprutade ur båten – häftigt!! Idag blev ytterligare ett par av oss av med ”oskulden” och kan nu kalla sig tarponfiskare!














Första dagen!
2011-04-25  12:59

Äntligen till havs! 6 glada grabbar på väg in i paradiset. För mig första gången på Avalon fleet one – en imponerande båt. Lyxigare än de andra men fortfarande med rätt mysfaktor. Första halva dagens fiske gav ett par tarponkontakter vid Manglealto, en landad tarpon och så var vi igång! Att mötas efter en fiskedag med mojitos i solnedgången är bara fantastiskt! Peter förlorade sin oskuld direkt efter att bemästrat en mellanstor tarpon vid rev kanten.














Nu så hemma vid bredbandet här kommer resan dag för dag.....
2011-04-25  12:57



River Dee rapport 24 april
2011-04-24  10:54

Recent Catches

Salmon anglers enjoyed excellent sport again, especially the upper beats as the runs of salmon continued their swift journey upriver. Lower Invercauld and Monaltrie reported 31 salmon to 28lbs, Dinnet/Deecastle 28, Ballogie/Carlogie 28, Crathie 21 and Park 18. Ian Murray reported an excellent days sport on Friday where his anglers landed salmon of 28lbs, 23 lbs,22lbs,21lbs,15lbs,8lbs,8lbs and 6lbs. The biggest fish was caught by Rolf Ytterdahl. Salmon catches for April are well up on the 5 year average but water levels are getting quite low for the time of year. A prolonged dry spell may see catches drop of as fish become less inclined to run the system. We expect to see sea trout rod catches increasing over the next few months as anglers fish on into the evenings. There are a tremendous amount of visiting anglers, with many visitors from Scandinavia enjoying good sport and good Scottish hospitality in some of the hotels the length of the valley. I enjoyed a lovely dinner with a group from Norway this week at the Glen Lui hotel in Ballater who were fishing with Ian Murray at Lower Invercauld and Monaltrie. Many thanks to Reid Hagelin for his kind hospitality, and Susan Bell and her staff for providing a fabulous dinner utilising the best of Scottish fare.

I met Ole Wistler from Sportsfiskeren magazine in Denmark during the week and he reported excellent sport at Crathie. He was indebted to Alan Lankshear for being on hand to net a nice fish for him. Mr Wisteler does a tremendous job in promoting Deeside in magazine articles which are read by over 30,000 anglers. Henrik Larsen from Denmark was fishing at Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo and he commented ‘Under difficult conditions, especially I think on middle Dee, we had a very nice week. I wish to mention we had two first time visitors in our group, Jens Sondergaard and Claus Dollerup, who by Tuesday had a Springer. The biggest during the week was Jens’ nice 15 lber from Inchmarlo.’ Regular River Dee angler Alan Morrison from Edinburgh reported a fine 10lber at Woodend whilst fishing the beautiful Moral Pool on a single handed rod and size 14 silver stoats tail fly. Stuart Buchan from Genesis Oil and Gas hosted a corporate week at Birse and his visitors reported half a dozen fish for the week with many interesting adventures from his novice team.

Visitor John Shaw wrote to me and advised ‘Dear Ken, I trust you are well. I just wanted to share a quick summary of our recent trip to the river Dee. During the winter months my colleague and friend Kevin Dean asked if I could arrange a fishing trip for the two of us and his good friend Chris Hall who recently turned 50 (he doesn’t look it) for some time late March/early April. The main aim of the trip was for Chris to catch his first salmon, after 35 years fishing for trout, coarse and sea fish. The budget for the trip was very generous and I managed to secure 2 days on Park South through Rosalind at the estate office for the 14th and 15th April. We arrived on the evening of the 13th April in plenty of time to have a look at the beat. To my surprise the number of spring fish showing was incredible, fish were leaping everywhere. I had initially thought the majority must be kelts but no pools were already filling up with resident spring fish. A great sight, and surely a superb sign of the health of the river Dee’s spring salmon population. We couldn’t wait to wet our lines. Thursday morning we arrived in plenty of time and had our waders on and rods all set up as our ghillie Charlie arrived around 8:40am. We introduced ourselves and over a cuppa were given our beats for the morning. Charlie then walked us up our beats pointing out the hot spots and potential lies for running fish, high tide was late morning which should bring some fresh fish to our beats. We got started and it wasn’t long before the main aim was looking good, Chris was playing a strong salmon in mid current as I arrived to help him. Some minutes later he beached a beautiful fat 11lb spring salmon dripping in long tail sea lice. What a start to his salmon fishing career. A few photos were taken before the fish was carefully released. I managed to winkle out a 10lb Springer that afternoon and again it was beautifully fat and healthy. We celebrated in Banchory that evening and although we suffered a little first thing in the morning, we fished very hard on our final day without any further success. All in all, a brilliant trip and certainly one to remember, especially for Chris. Our thanks to Charlie for looking after us so well. He sure has a wonderful part of the Dee for his guests to fish. I was gob smacked at the number of spring fish in the river and although I have had some success on the Dee over the years it hasn’t always been my first choice for spring fishing. That has certainly changed; the Dee will be my first choice for future spring fishing. All the very best for the remainder of the season. Kind Regards, John’ Congratulations to all who succeeded in landing fish last week, for those who didn’t succeed they have my sympathies as it can be exasperating at times to see many fish that just will not co-operate and take the fly well. Many thanks to the talented River Dee Ghillies who will have worked hard to keep anglers spirits up, especially in lower and middle beats when fish were zooming through their beats.

If you have been fortunate enough to land a prized Springer this week then please send me an image of the fish being returned to the River for the FishDee website. You may also want a memento from your trip to Deeside and toast your success. I can recommend the new Dalmore Dee Dram which is on sale at George Strachan’s shop in Aboyne and a number of the hotels in the valley; it is now available in London at Friarwood Fine Wine, 26 New Kings Road, London, and Tel 020 7736 2628. It can be purchased online at Dalmore Dee Dram Online Spirits A significant contribution from each bottle sold will go to the River Dee Trust to help fund obstacle removal and other important salmon conservation work programmes currently underway. A final plea to anglers to return all spring fish and refrain from using the priest-we need all spring fish to be returned as they are our most fragile stock component. Please write to me, Ken Reid, with any news or reports of success to ken@riverdee.org and tight lines to all. Copyright FishDee Ltd April 2011.

Prospects

This is a tricky week to forecast with lower river levels than we would hope for at this time of year. There is no doubt about the numbers of salmon in the river at present, with catches for the season so far comfortably above the 5 year average, with catches swiftly accelerating towards the 1,500 mark-hopefully this will be achieved by midweek for FishDee beats. The weather forecast is reasonably settled albeit temperatures will fall back from the unseasonably warm conditions of the last few weeks. Air temperature maxima will be in the region of 12-14 degrees Celsius and water temperatures are around 11 degrees Celsius. There is a risk that the prevailing high pressure will ensure overnight mists and night frosts which will shift during the morning fishing sessions. Winds, mainly light, will be from a south easterly direction, which is common for this time of year. Any precipitation is likely to be insignificant so river levels will drop marginally during the week. The maritime influence shows high tides rising during the week, encouraging new fish to come forward. Just because river levels are low it is wise to remind anglers that they must wade stealthily and with real care. Sadly there was a report of a fatality on another river last week which does remind us that the river bank can be a dangerous place at times, so please remain vigilant and don’t take any un-necessary risks.

Now to the business at hand-catching a prized Dee salmon! Please consult your Ghillie about the tactics to employ during your visit to his beat. Perhaps you always like to do what feels right to you? Well our expert team of Ghillies are great at seeing things you perhaps won’t and they can make recommendations based on their observations which will stand you in good stead. They know their beat intimately, its moods and where to put the fly to find a potential taking salmon. If you don’t have a Ghillie on hand to offer advice then please fish with light lines and small flies. Anglers will make less disturbance with a 7/8 weight line than say a 10/11 weight fly line. Smaller rods of 12-13 feet will make fishing really pleasurable combined with light lines and leaders of 10 foot plus, perhaps 10lbs breaking strain. Fly choice will see popular summer flies, lightly dressed of course, in sizes of 6-14 doubles. Patterns to choose are Red and Black Frances flies, small Park Shrimp, Allies silver bodied shrimp, Silver Stoats Tails, Crathie fly, Arndilly Fancy and Posh Tosh-traditionalists may give the Blue Charm, Jeannie or Logie a go. Longer winged flies like the Monkey or Sunray are also worth a throw but be careful that you don’t spook the fish too much by persevering too long with this type of fly.

I was delighted to hear that Mr Neil Rae, the new owner of the excellent Raemoir House Hotel, which is beside Banchory, have fantastic packages for visiting angers with special rates from £50 per night for bed and breakfast. Anglers looking to secure accommodation should call Mr Rae in the first instance on 01330 824884. There are similar offers from the super Tor Na Coille hotel who can be contacted on 01330 822242. These hotels are offering great value and have really high standards of comfort, cuisine and service.

Beat catches reported
(week ending 23rd April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Altries and Lower Drum 1, Middle Drum 1, Upper Drum and Lower Durris 2, Park 18, Lower Crathes and W Durris 9, Crathes 2, Invery 5, Lower Blackhall 1, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 2, Middle Blackhall 2, Cairnton 3, Woodend 1, Lower Woodend 1, Commonty 3, Sluie 1, Ballogie 16, Borrowston 1, Kincardine 7, Carlogie 12, Lower Dess 3, Upper Dess 3, Birse 6, Aboyne Water 7, Aboyne Castle 3, Craigendinnie 5, Waterside and Ferrar 4, Dinnet 16, Deecastle 12, Headinch and Cambus O’May 10, Monaltrie and Lower Invercauld 31, Birkhall 1, Morven 2, Balmoral 4, Crathie 21.
Total: 216 Largest: Monaltrie and Lower Invercauld 28lbs
SEA TROUT: Altries and Lower Drum 2, Park 1, Commonty 1, Ballogie 1, and Borrowston 1.
Total: 6 Largest: Altries and Lower Drum & Park & Borrowston 3lbs


Aberdeen Angling Association President Bob Dey with a nice salmon from Invercauld

A sea liced Springer

Chris Hall returning carefully his first Dee Springer

Baroness Walmsley with a nice salmon from Waterside and Ferrar

Charlie Yates with a nice salmon being returned

River Dee rapport 18 april
2011-04-18  10:34

Recent Catches

An excellent weeks fishing last week according to the feedback from Ghillies and anglers alike with reports of excellent runs of fish moving upstream from the lower beats to the middle and upper beats; not that catching fish was easy. FishDee beats reported 225 salmon and 9 sea trout with Deecastle reporting 18, Carlogie reported 17, Lower Crathes 14 with Park reporting 13. There were reports of many fish hooked and lost, with pools seemingly full of fish one hour then quieter until the next pod of fish came through. There were many talented anglers fishing last week with anglers like Peter Lonsdale who fished Carlogie, landing 14 to his own rod for the week. I was really delighted to meet Alan Lankshear last week, who was presented with a super gift by Malcolm Nicol at Ballogie in recognition of his 50th year fishing the River Dee and his 49th season at Ballogie; he caught a Springer during the week which would have made his trip very special.

Phillip Wood commented ‘Good to see you last Monday. My second week this April, this time on Aboyne Castle with Bill Siddall was exciting to say the least. The river continued to drop and the weather was great - a little too much sun at times and the dratted ’downstream wind’ sometimes creating difficult casting conditions. In your report of last Monday you alluded to running fish, this continued, I believe, with even more fish moving through during the week - tailing off somewhat towards the end of the week, but with some runners still forging upstream on last Saturday evening at around 10 pm. I endeavoured to equal my catch of 4 last year but ended up with 3. Bill however, our elder statesman angler showed us younger ones that we don’t know it by half. In his tenth year of spring fishing the Dee he had his best ever catch. He tried to claim 9 but was held back at 8 after Alec Coutts ruled that a small silver fish of about 6 lb was in fact a much silvered Kelt. Even those with exceedingly wide experience of catching salmon can be fooled by the glitter of silver! We found the fish caught towards the end of the week to be well sea-liced - obviously running hard. A sign of drought to come? The found ’monkey fly’ produced another fish before it passed on, and all my efforts in searching the river and its environs for other lost flies failed to produce any results! Alec was amused each time I caught up a twig or branch saying I was fishing for flies and not fish. He even retrieved the odd trapped branch from the rocks and was disappointed when there was nothing lodged in the wood - saying ’there’s no monkey up this tree’! As usual I would acknowledge the help and encouragement given by the ghillies, they are absolutely great. My grateful thanks to the three ’gentlemen’ ghillies that put up with me and my fishing companions over the last two weeks, we certainly enjoy their company, advice - and the ’craic’, usually with a little liquid refreshment.’

Jerk Sönnichsen, president of the Danish Flyfishers Federation called me this morning and reported his group had 10 salmon and he had 6 to his own rod. He noted Monday’s excellent catch of over 50 salmon and was very excited about travelling over from Denmark on Tuesday. He was swiftly into action with 2 salmon on Tuesday when he arrived. He thinks the Dee Spring salmon are the prettiest fish of all. Famous Norwegian salmon angler Gerhard Schive who was fishing at Lower Dess commented ‘4 nice Springers and 4 lost. Thanks for a great week at a great river and I’m looking forward to next year.’ I am grateful to Dinnet estate Ghillie Euan Reid who provided the following report ‘As you will be aware we had a very good week on Dinnet and Deecastle finishing with 30 fish. Many of the fish caught were in the 8-10lb range and in excellent condition with more than half carrying sea lice. Two anglers during the week caught 4 springers for their day-Mr Tinsley on Monday and Mr Gordon Tait on Friday- which is fantastic fishing for any time of the season let alone mid April! We’ll just have to wait and see what low water and bright sun do to the catches, although it would be tough to follow up a week like the last one even with ideal conditions! I am warned by Colin that it’s not always like this!’ Dr Philip Fairchild, fishing with Alan Morrison had 2 fish during his stay at Cairnton which he thoroughly enjoyed; Alan was a little unlucky having a splash into the Rockheads. Alan did redeem himself at Park on Saturday with a nice salmon and a number of other encounters with fresh salmon, sea trout and a Kelt. He also reported a tremendous run of salmon going through the beat during the morning. Congratulations to all who succeeded in landing fish last week, for those who didn’t succeed they have my sympathies as it can be exasperating at times to see many fish that just will not co-operate and take the fly well. This belies the myth that catching spring salmon is childsplay; it’s simply not the case, making success all the sweeter when an angler lands a fresh run fish.

If you have been fortunate enough to land a prized Springer this week then please send me an image of the fish being returned to the River for the FishDee website. You may also want a memento from your trip to Deeside and toast your success. I can recommend the new Dalmore Dee Dram which is on sale at George Strachan’s shop in Aboyne and a number of the hotels in the valley; it is now available in London at Friarwood Fine Wine, 26 New Kings Road, London, and Tel 020 7736 2628. It can be purchased online at http://www.onlinespirits.co.uk/dalmore-dee-dram A significant contribution from each bottle sold will go to the River Dee Trust to help fund obstacle removal and other important salmon conservation work programmes currently underway. A final plea to anglers to return all spring fish and refrain from using the priest-we need all spring fish to be returned as they are our most fragile stock component. Please write to me, Ken Reid, with any news or reports of success to ken@riverdee.org and tight lines to all. Copyright FishDee Ltd April 2011.

Prospects

I noticed the swallows have arrived last week, and as a harbinger of summer we have a forecast that looks more like summer than spring, with river levels also more like summer than spring. Warm temperatures with little precipitation have stripped snow of the mountains, which saw river levels drop daily during the past week. The river levels are currently running between 8 inches and one foot on the Sepa measuring station gauges. Water temperatures are often above the magical 50 degrees Fahrenheit mark, which signals the switchover from sunken lines and big flies to floating lines and small lightly dressed flies. The weather forecast is very pleasant for anglers with little wind forecast and mostly light cloud cover. Perhaps on Tuesday there may be occasional rain showers, but nothing of any significance indicated. Air temperatures will be around 16 Degrees Celsius inland, but cooler nearer the coast as coastal haar rolls upstream during afternoons. This quite often stops around Peterculter but can travel as far as Aboyne. The maritime influence shows high tides peaking on Tuesday at 4.6 metres before dropping daily to 3.5 metres allowing fresh fish to come forward.

We are coming into the peak weeks for the spring run migration as fish migrate to the middle and upper beats, with the last of the kelts dropping to the estuary now, more sport is hoped for as salmon numbers have built over recent weeks. Reports indicate there is a good head of fish in the river system and hopefully more will follow if river levels hold up. Low water beats like Carlogie could do well this week. Catching fish will not be easy, and perhaps anglers will try an early morning trip to the river, and fish into the dark if afternoon conditions are too bright. Stealth is required, and lighter lines and longer leaders will be utilised to good effect as river levels drop. Please seek the advice of your beat Ghillie who knows the river intimately and discuss the likely taking spots on his beat. This can often be the key to unlocking the code and having success with taking fish. Our talented team of Ghillies do know best. As the river levels are low and clear ensure your fly is lightly dressed. An angler last week advised me how he caught salmon last week on size 16 trout fly and a 5 weight line. A number of anglers also caught fish on a small hitched tubes and 2cm monkey flies close to the surface. You could try to good effect flies that do well during summer on the Dee, like the Crathie fly, Silver Stoats tail, Arndilly fancy, Black and Red Frances flies and in faster water a silver Ally’s shrimp, Park Shrimp or small sunray. The emphasis is on summer tactics rather than spring tactics now with fly sizes in the range of 8-14’s, often the smaller the better.

I was delighted to hear that Mr Neil Rae, the new owner of the excellent Raemoir House Hotel, which is beside Banchory, have fantastic packages for visiting angers with special rates from £50 per night for bed and breakfast. Anglers looking to secure accommodation should call Mr Rae in the first instance on 01330 824884. There are similar offers from the super Tor Na Coille hotel who can be contacted on 01330 822242. These hotels are offering great value and have really high standards of comfort, cuisine and service.

Beat catches reported
(week ending 16th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Altries and Lower Drum 2, Middle Drum 2, Upper Drum and Lower Durris 4, Tilbouries 2, Park 13, Lower Crathes and W Durris 14, Knappach 8, Crathes 5, Invery 8, Lower Blackhall 9, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 3, Middle Blackhall 2, Cairnton 2, Woodend 3, Commonty 4, Sluie 1, Ballogie 9, Kincardine 7, Carlogie 17, Lower Dess 6, Upper Dess 9, Birse 5, Aboyne Water 10, Aboyne Castle 10, Craigendinnie 5, Waterside and Ferrar 11, Dinnet 12, Deecastle 18, Headinch and Cambus O’May 6, Monaltrie and Lower Invercauld 9, Crathie 9.
Total: 225 Largest: Waterside and Ferrar 22lbs
SEA TROUT: Altries and Lower Drum 4, Park 1, Crathes 1, Invery 2, Ballogie 1.
Total: 9 Largest: Ballogie 4lbs





Philip Black with a salmon from Park

Malcolm Nicol presenting Alan Lankshear with a super gift in recognition of 50 years fishing on the River Dee and 49 years as a tenant of Ballogie .

Hamnen i Jukaro
2011-04-17  06:19

Micke rapporterar att nu har han nått fram till hamnen där den nya fräscha Avalon Fleet one ligger och väntar. Han lovar att låta kameran gå varm och att bloggen ska fyllas med häftigt saltvattensfiske, men tyvärr måste ni vänta tills han når ett fungerande bredband. Kuba är fortfarande ganska primitivt.

Allt ser bra ut - varmt vatten, bra månfas och ingen vind!

Det här kommer att bli kanon!



Flygplatsen i Havanna
2011-04-17  06:15








Salsande barn i Havana
2011-04-17  06:14








Gamla Havanna
2011-04-17  06:13

En dag i Havana är alltid fantastisk; gamla byn med allt det kulturella, marknaden med allt kul att köpa och den speciella stämningen i stan - tillsammans blir det en fantastisk upplevelse!








Havanna

Kubansk bil





Micke reporting from Havanna
2011-04-15  18:21

Resa: Gick strålande trots att Charles de Gaul i Paris troligen är en av världens tråkigaste flygplatser.

Havanna bjöd 28 grader och härlig, efterlängtad sol. Efter ett par mojitos - världens bästa drink - var det dags att slåss mot jetlagen.

Nu marknad och fixa lite med prylarna. Kameran åker med ut på stan och bloggen uppdateras så snart det går med film.....

Ciao for now!

Cuba - here I come!
2011-04-13  20:18

Allt packat - nya spännande flugor bundna, nya Reaction- och RS-spöna i bagen!

Allt ser bra ut. I morgon kl 04.45 drar jag till Karibien. Skönt - det har varit en lång kall vinter!

Jag vet att vi får problem att blogga med film, men häng med här kommer färska rapporter i text med en och annan bild!

Allt på Bloggen!

Mot solen, värmen och jättetarponerna!

Guideline demo - Stenungsund
2011-04-12  10:01

En superb försommardag - eller vad säger man när en öl i T-shirt sitter som en smäck!
Alla pratar vårtecken och visst några glada havsöringsfiskare signalerade att de sett den första bikinin - så nu var våren här!
Dagen hos Björn var ytterst trivsam med ett par hundra besökare och så småningom till kvällen föreställning där jag visade bilder från Kharlovka. Fanns kanske 100 talet på plats. Inslaget av respektive gjorde en del av herrarna nervösa över att mitt inslag var i längsta laget. Skönt att den sista gentlemannen inte är död och begraven än... Jag får be damerna om ursäkt för att jag drog ut på tiden och ..damerna "nördarna" om ursäkt för att det inte blev längre... Nåväl trevligt var det!








Hill billies - Stenungsund
2011-04-12  09:59

Så typisk västkusten man nu kan komma - på bryggan med en pilsner .... perfekt!








Nærøy - fishing available!
2011-04-12  09:38

1 week available, due to late cancellation. Special price. 6 km double bank salmon fishing, C&R. Fishing starts Saturday 2 July 4 pm and ends Friday 8 July 2pm. Excellent newly upgraded lodge. Big fish river, 15-30 lbs. Lodge from Saturday 2 July 2 pm till Saturday 9 July 10 pm. Beautiful fiord, mountains and river. World Heritage area.
For more information contact: klouman@online.no

River Dee rapport 11 april 2011
2011-04-11  06:48

Recent Catches 11th April 2011

River Dee Ghillies were the stars of the show last week by leading their visiting anglers to the salmon and ensuring they followed their advice. FishDee beats reported 154 salmon to 22lbs and 3 sea trout, which is the top week of the season so far. Park reported 16, Kincardine 13, Invery 12 and Birse 11 salmon. And anglers and Ghillies are reporting really good numbers of fresh springers running hard throughout the catchment with salmon at Dinnet landed with long tailed sea lice, indicating how swiftly fresh salmon are running upstream. Everything is looking positive for a continuation of this excellent sport, but as always the fish has the final say in the matter.

I was delighted to have regular River Dee visitor Phillip Wood drop into the office to give me a report on his parties sport last week at Waterside and Ferrar and Craigendinnie. Phillip never fails to have you laughing at his anecdotes and this visit was no different. He tells me he was fishing down the Waterside pool when he noticed some fishing leader attached to some underwater roots and he went in to remove the leader and as serendipity would have it, there was a lovely monkey fly with cone head attached. He took me to his car to show me the fly and it looked very similar in design to ones used by visiting Scandinavian anglers. Anyway as luck would have it Phillip fished the lucky fly in Jocky Fyfe and landed a spanking 13 lb salmon. He also advised that the following anglers had success, David Craik, Charlie Campbell, Rob Stead, Will Davies, Bill Siddell and Mark Morris. The good week at Invery saw anglers enjoying success and congratulations to Stephen McGrandles who landed 4 fine fish; Ghillie Karl Revel was pleased to see his anglers doing well.

Regular Dee angler Jamie Sampson visited last week and promised me a report which duly arrived this morning-thanks Jamie. He commented ’What a week Ghillie ducking in Pol Bar, Deecastle side and one of our salmon virgins catches his first salmon after 9 years trying. Oh to be on Deeside in the spring! Lovely weather and the river full of lovely salmon. As ever Ingrid - my wife, Tony and Julia O’Hagan, and I arrived on Deeside Monday morning. We were met by Colin Espie and his Dinnet colleague Ghillie Euan Reid - what an asset he will be to Dinnet & Kinord Estate! Off onto the river but a blank Monday was the result, but Tuesday arrived, and in swift order 5 lovely bars of silver by 5.00pm. The best of course was mine netted and measured by Euan. In all my years’ salmon fishing this was a first. At the same time this feat of genius was witnessed by my lucky mascot Edward Humphries, walking his dogs on the other bank. Before this feat, we had witnessed a river first at around noon on the Tuesday, both ghillies got into a fish, Euan’s was easy, but Colin’s was nothing short of Herculean. The spirited fish, took in Pol Bar in front of hut, and was landed at the gorse bushes on the 29 pool. By all accounts Colin yomped over a mile, hurdling fallen trees, negotiating rapids and wearing no waders was up to his chest in Dee water. When I asked him at lunch why he had done this his response was ’It’s my first fish this season Jamie’. You can imagine the crack in the hut that evening. Onto Wednesday at 3.23pm on The Boat Pool a long journey ended. Our great friend Tony O’Hagan caught and landed his first Dee salmon after 9 years - weight 13lbs and a bar of silver. Tony and his wife Julie have supported the fishing on the Dee for 9 years, they spend much of the year in Kenya, but as Tony says, ’my spring fishing is now an immovable date in our yearly calendar’. That was the end of action for the week. Loads of fish in the river but none would play! Thank you Michael and Edward for allowing us to fish your lovely beats, for me this was my 30 oddth yearly visit, originally well taught by that other Ghillie maestro Eoin Smith, who still comes to see us with his lovely honey. Finally a special thanks to Colin and Euan for making this week as always a very special one. I hope this wets the appetite for you lucky fishers yet to have your time on this lovely river - I am extremely envious and am counting down the days till June when I will fish Kincardine with John McGinley who I last fished with on Cambus o’ May Beat.

I was delighted to hear that Mr Neil Rae, the new owner of the excellent Raemoir House Hotel, which is beside Banchory, have fantastic packages for visiting angers with special rates from £50 per night for bed and breakfast. Anglers looking to secure accommodation should call Mr Rae in the first instance on 01330 824884. There are similar offers from the super Tor Na Coille hotel who can be contacted on 01330 822242. These hotels are offering great value and have really high standards of comfort, cuisine and service. If you have been fortunate enough to land a prized Springer this week then please send me an image of the fish being returned to the River for the FishDee website. You may also want a memento from your trip to Deeside and toast your success. I can recommend the new Dalmore Dee Dram which is on sale at George Strachan’s shop in Aboyne and a number of the hotels in the valley; it is now available in London at Friarwood Fine Wine, 26 New Kings Road, London, and Tel 020 7736 2628. It can be purchased online at this link A significant contribution from each bottle sold will go to the River Dee Trust to help fund obstacle removal and other important salmon conservation work programmes currently underway. A final plea to anglers to return all spring fish and refrain from using the priest-we need all spring fish to be returned as they are our most fragile stock component. Please write to me, Ken Reid, with any news or reports of success to ken@riverdee.org and tight lines to all. Copyright FishDee Ltd April 2011.

Beat catches reported
(week ending 9th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Altries and Lower Drum 1, Middle Drum 2, Upper Drum and Lower Durris 2, Tilbouries 3, Park 16, Lower Crathes and W Durris 7, Knappach 1, Crathes 4, Invery 12, Lower Blackhall 2, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 1, Middle Blackhall 1, Cairnton 6, Woodend 4, Commonty 8, Sluie 1, Ballogie 9, Borrowston 3, Kincardine 13, Carlogie 10, Lower Dess 2, Upper Dess 2, Birse 11, Aboyne Water 5, Aboyne Castle 3, Craigendinnie 6, Waterside and Ferrar 3, Dinnet 4, Deecastle 3, Headinch and Cambus O’May 4, Monaltrie and Lower Invercauld 2, Crathie 3.
Total: 154 Largest: Birse 22lbs
SEA TROUT: Lower Crathes and W Durris 1, Crathes 1, Carlogie 1.
Total: 3 Largest: Lower Crathes and W Durris & Crathes & Carlogie 2lbs
TROUT: None reported


Prospects
River temperatures last week crept up to the magic 50 degrees Fahrenheit mark signifying to many anglers it’s the time for fishing with full floating lines and smaller flies. The weather forecast is very reasonable this week with air temperatures maxima to be around 12-15 degrees Celsius and overnight lows to around 4 degrees. The maritime influence shows tides rising this week from 3.4 metres to 4. 4 metres. River levels are currently reading 1 ft 4 inches at Mar Lodge to 1 ft 10 inches at Park on the Sepa measuring gauges. There may be rain showers on Monday and Friday but river levels should remain reasonably steady or drop slightly during the week. All in all, potentially another great week’s salmon fishing for visiting and local anglers. It is clear there is a good upstream migration of fish from the lower beats to the middle and upper beats with a lot of tide fresh salmon travelling swiftly upstream. Some beats will have good numbers of fish one minute and they could have moved on shortly after to the next beat above them. There are still a few kelts around and they will be splashing around as they continue to migrate downstream and back to see to recommence feeding at sea.

Please consult your Ghillie who will give you the best advice on your beat on how to catch a Dee salmon. Our Ghillies have the years of experience on the river and will help you crack the code. Anglers who heed the wise counsel of the Ghillie should always do better than those who ignore their helpful advice. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on then perhaps you should use a floating line with a sink tip and a fly, perhaps between size 6 and 10. Patterns to try include Ally’s shrimp, Tosh, Cascade or Maggie’s shrimp and Park Shrimp. Traditionalists will use the Munro Killer and Silver Stoats’ tail to good effect, and always be prepared to try a small sunray or Monkey fly if you see fish running.







Glada Guideline dealers en blåsig mörrumsdag!
2011-04-08  06:13

Fjärde och sista dagen med Guideline butiker i Mörrum blev en riktig blåsdag! Stormen kastade sig över oss men på rätt sida med vinden i ryggen fick vi några schyssta öringar och ja.. hehe ... vinden var som bortblåst!







Rätt vad det är så bara händer det överallt på en gång....







När så alla lyckats kroka sina fiskar ( visst mallig för bra guidning - ibland så är de där de ska vara och hugger dessutom - skönt!) Tänkte jag köra en sväng på blåsiga 12-an men fan vad träden vuxit på 10 år!








Jag tar sällan eller aldrig hem en fisk. Aldrig från små eller hotade bestånd. men så ibland sitter de så att det bara blir omöjligt att sätta tillbaka dem - synd men så är det!

AFTER 21 YEARS, NASF IS STILL BUYING OUT NETS. CAN YOU HELP US FINISH THE JOB?
2011-04-06  18:54



NASF has been successfully buying out salmon nets for 21 years but plenty of others are still at work and we need to take them out, too. Remember, mixed-stock commercial fishing kills salmon from many different rivers. Your river could be suffering from netting that takes place a long way from where you fish.

Can you help us find names and contact addresses of quality people and organizations that should help our projects? We are preparing for a fundraising drive this spring and would be grateful for your help and guidance. Surely, there are many fishers and conservationists that should be contribute to this cause.

Best wishes,

Orri Vigfússon

Mobile: +354 893 3553      



3.e med Guideline i Mörrum 86cm dryga 8 kilo!
2011-04-06  18:47

Nya butiker togs emot av broder Håkan och efter teknisk genomgång var det dags för testning av spön linor och prylar. Även butikerna från storstaden i öster häpnade över Reactions fantastiska egenskaper. Underhandskast med 10 fot nian är en barnlek. Kanske var dagens favorit 13,7 8/9 hmmm måste jag skaffa en sån också....
Efter en superb lunch gjort av stjärnkocken Håkan själv var det dags för fiske. Dagen var trög men jag lyckades hitta en schysst hane på 86 cm och dryga 8 kilo samt tappa en hygglig fisk som genom att ta långt ute på driften fick mig att tro att kanske det faktiskt var en stor blänkare som dock rullade av efter några minuter... skit!

Jag fiskade 14,8 Reaction och en 1/3/5 samt en av de verkliga trotjänarna en stor Black Doctor Flash med massor av SSS i färgen Rainbow from Hell! ..Den stora öringen tog dock en sill fullsmäckad med SSS HD Clear water blue! En riktig blänkarfluga men öring var dock blank för ..hmmm många månader sen....

I morgon är det dags för Mörrum igen. Tror jag ska ge alla "hemliga" platser i "strömmarna" en rejäl dammsugning...

Ännu en Guidelinedag i Mörrum
2011-04-05  20:13

Tisdagen i Mörrum var regnig och betydligt kallare än måndagens härliga vårvärme. Andreas Johansson säljare på Sydsverige och jag tog emot 5 butiksrepresentanter. Genomgången av utrustning varvades med såväl skitsnack, skryt, skrävel och testning av Guidelineprylar. Lite fiske blev det emellanåt och genom att sätta på en short cut 5/6 tillsammans med en 8 fot X-fast polly lyckades jag hitta några fiskar - varav en knappa 6 kilos landades utan prut.

10 fot klass 9 Reaction måste bara få några ord - detta fantastiska spö charmade alla! Under provkastningen lyckades alla utan särskilt mycket ansträngning dra till så backingknuten slog mot klingan! Jag har sagt att detta är det bästa enhandsspö jag kastat och idag var det flera som höll med mig! Visst är det kul med prylar, bra prylar som förhöjer fiskeglädjen!

I morgon ny dag, nya kunder tillsammans med broder Håkan Norling.
I morgon ska blänkarna på land!

Filmerna och det mesta godiset för medlemmarna...
2011-04-04  19:32

Några dagar har blogginläggen varit öppna för alla... nu låter vi återigen det "gottaste" vara endast för medlemmarna i Salar Salmon Club!

Come & Join us!

Mörrumsfiske med Guideline kunder - snygg öring landas
2011-04-04  19:14

Idag var det dags att utbilda och låta några av Guidelines större kunder testa nyheter och lära sig mer om prylarna. Det var en fantastisk dag med strålande sol och ån från sin bästa sida. märkligt nog ganska få fiskande som lämnade det mesta och bästa åt oss. Själv fiskade jag endast ett par timmar men lyckades inte landa någon fisk. Närmast var en tappad firre från klassiska 12an. Idag tyckte jag att 3D 1-3-5 funkade bäst. Antingen på en 13,7 eller 14,8 - självklart var det mest Le Cier i gång idag. imorgon ska vi se om vi inte kan hitta en schysst blänkare någonstans.








Sportfiskemässan i Jönköping - massor av folk!
2011-04-02  17:27

Älmia tog emot sportfiskemässan. Fredagen var relativt lugn - bra stämning men ganska få besökare. Under lördagen exploderade det dock och den gigantiska hallen fylldes med kanske tiotusentalet besökare. Helt fantastiskt!!! Jag var som vanligt hos Guideline vars vita monter stod ut som en av mässans fräckaste. Massor av besökare och intresserade flugbindare såg på när jag band med FITS, SSS och prover på de senaste SSS materialen. Tuber i alla former och storlekar var dagens kreationer. Butikerna sålde slut på SSS och det var kaos vid bindbordet. Eftermiddagen bjöd på besök av Jazz och flyfishing som livade upp i montern. Filmerna är klara men bredbandet på hotellet klarar inte belastningen men kommer snart.
Från Micke via telefon.....


















River Dee rapport 1 april 2011
2011-04-01  09:03

Recent Catches

So far this week there have been 82 salmon and 7 sea trout reported from FishDee beats with 2 days fishing catches still to count so things are shaping up nicely for a good weeks catch. Following the catch of a splendid 30lb salmon at Birse on Wednesday I thought I would write a mid week update for readers. I visited party leader Lars Terkildsen at Birse to get some background details. One of his party Marko Heinonen who started salmon fishing last year caught his first two salmon on the Dee. He then had the day that all anglers dream about on Wednesday at Birse where he landed 3 spring salmon. The big fish was a 110 cms long salmon which weighed approximately 30lbs. The big fish, like the other two fish was caught on a small plastic sunray shadow tube fly in ideal fishing conditions from the Irrigation pool. Aboyne Water Ghillie Jim Cowper let me know that an angler fishing his side last Friday had
played a very big fish for 25 minutes before it got off. Was this the same fish? Perhaps it was. There have been reports of good sized fish seen running and it’s very pleasing to hear of one being landed. Of course legendary Birse Ghillie Doug Murray is very proud of the beats achievements.

I visited Lower Blackhall Ghillie Colin Simpson who had been unwell through the winter but is now back working at the beat, much to the delight of his regular fishermen. We were chatting about a number of things and as always it is always illuminating talking with him and hearing his views about fishing flies. Colin is incredibly knowledgeable about traditional salmon flies, as is his father, and he was telling me that he has been helping a channel 4 film crew who are producing a film about the late Megan Boyd from Brora, who needs no
introduction to salmon anglers who tie flies. Colin teased me about the flies we use today and how we think we are using something new and deadly. He laughed and said ’The new monkey flies, park shrimps etc you
use today, I was using over 20 years ago to great success’. As always great fun when you are being teased by an undoubted expert in salmon fly design and construction, and what a pleasure to get some time to
chat.

I received a nice communication from Mike Stevenson who was fishing with River Dee Board and Trust chairman Ian Scott at Waterside and Ferrar. Mike advised ’ I was fishing with Ian today at Waterside & Ferrar and we both had success at the Waterside pool. Ian landed a bar
of silver weighing some 16lbs in the morning. After lunch, it was my turn and a fresh fish was duly landed with its weight estimated by Davie, our excellent ghillie, at 12lbs. This was my first March Springer for over 11 years and I had Davie record the moment. The fly
was an Ally’s Shrimp and, yes, the fish did run around the pool in a very energetic manner until the beat ghillie, Davie, skilfully netted a beautiful bar of silver fresh fish from the Dee. At Ian’s suggestion, I attach a picture of myself with the salmon before it was successfully returned.

I was delighted to hear that Mr Neil Rae the new owner of the Raemoir House Hotel and his team, who manage the Hotel beside Banchory, have been awarded the Scottish Country House Hotel of the year award. There
has been extensive refurbishment of the hotel since Mr Rae took ownership and the hotel is looking fabulous. Mr Rae is keen to attract anglers old and new to the hotel to enjoy the comforts and hospitality, and I am delighted to report he has announced he will provide special packages for fishermen parties and groups. For parties of 3 or more anglers, staying for 3 nights or more, he will offer a super rate of £50 per night for bed and breakfast, which is a fabulous incentive for
anglers to save money and enjoy top quality food and comfort. Visitors are promised a fine culinary experience with Mr David Littlewood master chef of Great Britain running the restaurant team. Anglers looking to
secure accommodation should call Mr Rae in the first instance on 01330824884.

If you have been fortunate enough to land a prized Springer this week then please send me an image of the fish being returned to the River for the FishDee website. You may also want a memento from your trip to
Deeside and toast your success. I can recommend the new Dalmore Dee Dram which is on sale at George Strachan’s shop in Aboyne and a number of the hotels in the valley; it is now available in London at Friarwood
Fine Wine, 26 New Kings Road, London, and Tel 020 7736 2628. A significant contribution from each bottle sold will go to the River Dee Trust to help fund obstacle removal and other important salmon conservation work programmes currently underway. Please write to me,
Ken Reid, with any news or reports of success to ken@riverdee.org

Prospects

If you are fortunate enough to be fishing the river this week then prospects look very good however the salmon as always has the final say in the matter. The River Dee Ghillies, who I hold in the highest regard, will be ideally placed to provide you with the best advice on where and how you may get a salmon to leave its lie and take you well presented fly. They know all the lies that salmon will be resting in at any particular height on their beats, and this is invaluable knowledge for an angler visiting a beat for the first time. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on then you may want to fish with an
intermediate line or a sink tip fly line, and a small 1-2 inch tube fly or a size 4-8 dressed double; perhaps a Posh Tosh , Park Shrimp or Templedog. As the water is warming up then fish are more inclined to rise to a fly and there is less need to scrape the bottom with big tube flies. However the Sunray or Monkey fished at 90 degrees to the flow of the river may induce a fish to chase your fly and grab it before trying to return to its lie. So ring the changes and be prepared to experiment
if fish are dour. As always a plea to anglers to handle your fish very carefully and try to release it swiftly back to the river with minimum fuss for photography. I know the moment can be dramatic as you land the beautiful salmon, however it is vital to ensure the salmon is extended the courtesy of a safe release and return to the river. The spring salmon are our most fragile stock component and we must do all we can to ensure they are released safely back to the river.

If you have been fortunate enough to land a prized Springer this week then please send me an image of the fish being returned to the River for the FishDee website. You may also want a memento from your trip to Deeside and toast your success. I can recommend the new Dalmore Dee Dram which is on sale at George Strachan’s shop in Aboyne and a number of the hotels in the valley; it is now available in London at Friarwood
Fine Wine, 26 New Kings Road, London, and Tel 020 7736 2628. A significant contribution from each bottle sold will go to the River Dee Trust to help fund obstacle removal and other important salmon conservation work programmes currently underway. Please write to me,
Ken Reid, with any news or reports of success to ken@riverdee.org


Lee Harper, son of Lower Crathes Ghillie Robert Harper with a

Mike Stevenson with a 12lb Salmon at Waterside and Ferrar

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