The four largest salmon rivers of Scotland the Dee, Spey, Tay and Tweed are probably the best-known salmon rivers in the world. They have wonderful variety, are a great pleasure to fish, and there is still the chance to make some great catches.
These four new maps show the pools from the side they fish best, and also the division of the beat boundaries. There is also much information on monster fish caught in the past, and interesting anecdotes on 'fishy' tales and how pools acquired their unusual names.
The River Thurso was published in 2018 and is published to the same quality as the other maps. The North Tyne was published in 2019 and has a great deal of information on beats and is again published to the same quality.
The Rivers Beauly, Brora, Conon and Ure were published in 2020 and make a fine addition to the existing collection, they are all published to the same high quality.