Fishing Holidays

in the Scottish Borders

The reputation of the River Tweed, Scotland’s second longest river (in spite of the fact that its final four miles flow through England), attracts anglers from all over the world.

Drawing life from a 1,500 sq mile (4,000sq km) catchment area of wild uplands and fertile valleys, the river, flowing 98-miles to Berwick and the sea, fully deserves its status as one of the world’s great salmon and trout fisheries.

St Mary’s Loch, the largest natural loch in the Borders Region, is a draw for anglers who prefer fishing for pike.