Salmon Fishing on the River Tweed
The Scottsh Borders is home to one of the most famous rivers in the world, The Tweed. Renowned for it’s atlantic salmon, it’s also popular with those fishing for trout and grayling. The salmon fishing season runs from the 1st of February to the 30th November, trout from mid March to early October and no closed season for grayling, so something for anglers all year round. Visit the Fishpal website for more information.
You don’t need to be an expert fisherman to enjoy the Tweed, complete beginners can book tuition and learn from the experts. Read about one group’s foray into the peace, tranquility and skill of fly fishing for salmon, by clicking here.
Fauhope House is ideally situated on a hill above the banks of River Tweed, making it the perfect place to stay during your fishing trip. Why not travel as a group and bring your partners, there is plenty to do in the area for those not fishing. Groups can block book our bedrooms in the house and we can help you organise a local private cook to rustle up some delicious evening meals using local produce in our dining room, maybe sample your own catch of the day! Relax after dinner with a nightcap in front of the roaring fire in our drawing room whilst regaling tales of the days big catch! In the mornings we will be on hand to see you off for the day with a hearty Scottish breakfast.
To discuss your individual requirements further to make the most of your fishing trip, just give us a call on 01896 823184 and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.