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Default River Findhorn Salmon Catch Statistics

10yr Average 200020012002200320042005200620062008200910yr Trend
2,691 2,321 2,888 2,176 1,541 2,880 2,378 3,956 3,038 3,366 2,366 35%

The Findhorn is the seventh most productive river system in Scotland and renowned for its beauty and wildness.
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