Grilse are arriving-and a film crew too….
In common with other east coast rivers there are numbers of Grilse now running the River Dee. This is welcome news as runs had appeared to be coming later. The conditions are pretty good for allowing these mercurial fish to migrate upriver and in the process stir up other lying fish. With sea trout numbers building it is really a good prospect to consider coming to fish the River Dee and it’s tributary the River Feugh. There is good availability listed on the FishDee website for June here http://fishpal.calligrafix.com/view_item.aspx?custom=SearchResults&dom=Dee&uniq=21.4.856 and for July http://fishpal.calligrafix.com/view_item.aspx?custom=SearchResults&dom=Dee&uniq=23.41.394
I have solid plans to get a number of beat films produced during July with a great film crew which will allow us to embed the short films onto the FishDee website. This will really add value to the FishDee website allowing potential customers the opportunity to see how some of the River Dee beats look and see anglers fishing as well as finding out quite a bit of information about these beats