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Tweed BioBlog : Mainly indoors

Monday 3rd – Friday 7th November 2014: Mainly indoors all week, meetings about the budget for next year; a new counter for the Philiphaugh fish pass and about the Wild Fisheries Review report.  Two outings: one to put in temperature […]

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Tweed BioBlog : Spates, meetings and tagging

Wednesday 29th October 2014: Water too high for anything on the river today, so everyone in the office trying to catch up on reports and data processing. When something of high priority like the radio-tracking at Philiphaugh comes along, everyone […]

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Tweed BioBlog : Yet more radio-tagging

Monday 27th October 2014:  On a report from James out at the Murray Cauld that water conditions were right and fish were showing, all out to do more netting and radio-tagging. The first session was the most productive, with the […]

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Tweed BioBlog : More radio tagging

Wednesday 22nd October 2014: In the afternoon, everyone out to Philiphaugh to get fish for radio-tracking. Water a bit high for netting below the cauld, but managed to get three salmon, two males and a female. Also took scales from […]

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Tweed BioBlog : trapping on the Gala

Monday 20th October 2014: As conditions were right again, after the rain, out with Kenny in the afternoon to run the trap in the Skinworks Cauld on the Gala again. About 1,000 fish had gone up over the weekend but the […]

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Tweed BioBlog : A visit from Lapland

Monday 13th – Wednesday 15th October 2014: In the office most of the time, data entry, admin etc. etc. Also getting suitable casings designed and made for the new temperature dataloggers. As these are a different shape from those we’ve […]