Monday 6th March, 2017 Once again an unsettled past-week here on Tweedside. The river has been up and down continually, carried colour and was unfishable...
The river has remained fairly steady at a good fishable fly water height and has been mainly running clear. The Teviot rose a little...
The final week of the 2015/16 season on Alphonse Island ended with a giant GT and the 60th permit plus the annual south-east monsoon season is finally on its way signalling the end of fishing.
Conditions in the aftermath of the cyclone result in some great fishing, including the 57th permit of the season.
With only two weeks of the Alphonse season remaining, a look back over the past seven months reveal it has definitely been one to remember!
A new moon, big tides and lots of water movement kicked off week 29 – and the fishing was superb, both inside the atoll and offshore.
There is cause for celebration on Alphonse with the capture of the 50th permit of the season – now that is going it some!
With great weather throughout the week Keith Rose-Innes reports that there were some incredible days’ fishing on the flats and out in the blue.