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Old 11th March 2011, 08:33
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Default Tamar & Tributaries 2011

The Tamar salmon season started on March 1st. A handful of keen local rods ventured out in the cold under bright, clear skies. Rather unsurprisingly, no fish were landed although the odd kelt was caught. The first Tamar fish usually comes from the lower river during late March or early April.

The trout season starts on Tuesday 15th March, although it is nearly always very tough fishing with the trout still recovering from spawning and - also due to cold water - not yet feeding in earnest. Still, the sun is (currently!) shining and there are worse places to be than on the riverbank...
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