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Posted 15 July 2015, 10:13 am NDT
The past couple of days have been consistant with 37 and 33 fish landed.  The current reported ratio of salmon is about 1/3 of the total with a healthy population  of thick grilse making up the remainder.

 

The river has risen a little and appears to be holding.  Fish are being seen all over the river, but are hesitant to take the fly in their brief stop in the pools.

 

Clear skys and sunshine this morning, which is forecast to change to showers and possible thunder showers later today.

 

One amazing story was told about a 33" (84 cm) Salmon that took the fly despite the fact that it had obviously been in contact with a predator.   It had a missing peice of flesh on its back and the skin appeared to be torn or scratched in other locations. TG
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