Welcome to Borders Fishing, including everything you need to know about fishing in the Scottish Borders! Here you’ll find information on world-famous Borders rivers, such as the Tweed and Teviot, as well as lesser known gems, such as the Ettrick, and a variety of lochs, both large and small.

Borders rivers are renowned for some of the world’s best Atlantic salmon fishing. They also offer superb wild brown trout and sea

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By far the most famous River in the Borders, the Tweed is the second longest river in Scotland. It is 98 miles long and has a catchment area of over 1500 sq miles (4000 sq km).

The Tweed is internationally renowned as one of the world’s best Salmon rivers, catching more Atlantic salmon and grilse than any other river in the European Union. It also has a superb run of sea trout in the

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The tranquil Borders countryside is dotted with a rich variety of peaceful lochs, offering perfect coarse and tempt both the coarse angler and the flyfishing enthusiast.

Below is a list of Borders lochs. You will find lochs offering both bank and boat fishing for blue trout, rainbow and brown trout, as well as lochs offering the opportunity to fish for carp, crucian, roach, rudd, tench, perch, pike, and ide.

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A crisp November day on lower Tweed when the glories of autumn colouring are at their height is one of the most enjoyable things the sport of fishing can offer.

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