Robert P with a cracker from Green Bank this morning
A bit of mixed weather today – sun to start then cloudy, wind at times but not bad, foggy and chilly in the afternoon and again a magic clear light this evening.
A much better fishing day with good numbers of fresh fish running through all the beats, particularly down here at Lower. I took a boat up to Middle to see the team for dinner, silver fish jumping ahead of me all the time. The shallows now getting a bit skinny in places, Keith and Dave relieved to see me bring it back with no knocks or scrapes. Phew!
I have got back to find Julian P and Dan R organizing a celebration, they had heard on the radio that Lower had out-scored Middle today with a very respectible 52 fish to seven rods against 66 to 12 rods at Middle Camp. This could be a late night......
Adrian T T
At Middle, Stuart R started in style with his first Varzuga salmon a deep, fresh 12lber. At Lower the notable score went to Julian P who banked 18 salmon. Over on Kitza the five rods had 20, I think they broke a record with one guest losing 14! All camps are reporting some really chunky sized fish in the 10 – 12 lb range. Our Spanish guests at Pana had 32 with a good number of bigger fish, eight between 12 and 15lbs.
Will T-T, one off the tide.
Steve Hammond ( at Moscoi Rapid last week) with a good example of the really fit fish we are catching this year on Varzuga
Weather looks good for tomorrow, I'll let you know how we get on.