Seasonal salmon tally on the strath's Spey waters now 60
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A total of five salmon, seven grilse and 29 sea trout have been caught over the latest reported three weeks on the Strathspey Angling Improvement Association Waters of the River Spey by Grantown.
The latest haul brings the overall total number of fish caught for the season so far to 60 salmon, 10 grilse and 73 sea trout.
The successful anglers were as follows:
Mark Slight, visiting angler, 4lbs grilse from Clach na Strone on fly; Ted Parton, visiting angler, 10lbs salmon from Bridge Pool on fly (June 23).
Raymond Taylor, visiting angler, 4lbs grilse from Bushes Pool on worm; John Davies, from Grantown, 3lbs grilse from Poll Scriodan on fly (June 26).
Graham Bicker, visiting angler, 5lbs grilse from Slop Thomas on fly (June 28). Master Greagoir Blair, from Grantown, 5lbs grilse from Finnock Pool on spinner (July 7).
Willie Laird, from Grantown, two salmon one of 7lbs and the other 11lbs, both from Dulnain Mouth Pool on spinner (July 10).
Allan Grant, from Grantown, 12lbs salmon from Poll Clachan Lious on spinner; George Oliver, visiting angler, 3lbs grilse from Poll Clach on spinner; Willie Laird, from Grantown, 12lbs salmon from Bailliefurth Pool on spinner (July 12).
Sandy Ross, from Grantown, 3lbs grilse from Poll Clach on spinner (July 13).