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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-05-2017, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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For all you curmudgeonly old so and so's!!


Here's a lovely to brighten up your day


Enjoy!

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Good stuff, that!

A couple of good mates, nice day, awesome hen-fish, happy dogs, maybe a wee dram or two, what else could you ask for?
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"No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river, and he is not the same man".--Heraclitus
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Thanks for posting this. As an ex pat Brit. myself I remain grateful of course for the rich traditions of our sport, but am also grateful for the 'free to all' fishing that we have (mostly) here in N. America.

Historically salmon fishing in Europe was the preserve of the privileged and vestiges of this remain today. In the UK there is a separate fishing licence for 'migratory species' , salmon and sea trout of 82 pounds a year. For a coarse licence, for general fishing, also for stocked trout- 30 pounds. There is no fishing licence required in Scotland, I think.

Why two licences? presumably as they can afford to pay. The fishing is for wild fish.

Having subscribed to Trout & Salmon magazine (UK) for many years, I glean from it what little I know about the 'British Isles' slamon fishing scene. It remains , for the most part, the preserve of the wealthy and (dare I say it) the old class structure, although of course there are exceptions.

Nice scenery though..

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Enjoy, I did! Don't know how you find this stuff, JJ, but glad you did and thought to share it.
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