Grayling around the Forth

Grayling Fishing around the Forth A chat with Alan Ayre about the history, myths and the resurgence of ‘Grayling Fishing Around the Forth’ By Craig Somerville of the Castabroad Collective, and the contributed article by Willie Miller for Trout & Salmon magazine 1987 This persecuted fish believed to be an awful coarse fish, a pest to be thrown up the banks by order of riparian salmon beat owners, are now revered as a gem in our rivers through better understanding via the teachings of a few good people in the community. The ‘salmonid’ (not coarse fish) Thymallus thymallus, the grayling,…

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