Week Commencing 22nd March – Encouraging signs despite the low rod pressure

The general consensus up and down the river is that the spring run is building and the river has seen a good early run of salmon thus far. This is obviously great news for the anglers who are within the travel boundaries as there’s plenty choice on where to fish – and it would appear that all parts of the river now offer a good chance of encountering a springer. Last week served up fairly good early spring conditions – River height – 1ft – 2ft (+/- 2in)     Water Temps – 41-43F or 5-6C Air temps – 4-10C…

Source: Spey Fishery Board – Week Commencing 22nd March – Encouraging signs despite the low rod pressure