Salmon Fishing River Hot Spots By Jock Monteith
Sunday 29 December 2019
Often when fishing Scottish salmon rivers you'll notice little sub surface features that have been intentionally placed there to momentarily stop running salmon. Covering these little hot spots is always wise as often a salmon or two will be present there.
Here's a shot from the lower middle River Tay showing a salmon adgler fishing down through the little broken water seam that's coming off that croy slightly upstream of him. These little croys (stone constructions) often create a resting area for salmon and should always be fished when noticed.