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Preparation for bird tracking study

This year, the Tweed Foundation are going to be tracking the movements of Goosanders throughout the catchment during the smolt run to find out where in the river they are feeding most often. 

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COVID-19 Angling Update

Given the recent announcement on the easing of restrictions, Marine Scotland have updated the angling guidance on their blog.

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March 2021 issue of the River

Our 30th issue is the first of 2021, it reviews the improved results for the Tweed Fish Counters along with optimism for the year ahead.

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Smolt Tracking Study is underway!

In early March, the Tweed Foundation staff were busy tagging salmon pre-smolts in the Gala Water with small, acoustic tags as part of the Smolt Tracking Study.

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Creating a news post!

Floy tagged fish are now being seen swimming through our fish counters.

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This is my test news item for Feb 2021

This is where my summary text for the news post will go. It will display on the main news 'landing' page. 

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This is my second test news item for February 21

This is where my summary text for the news post will go. It will display on the main news 'landing' page. 

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Redd Surveying with drone technology

With Salmon spawning throughout the catchment in November, we took advantage of low water conditions to survey sections of the Upper Tweed and Whiteadder

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November issue of The River

This month’s publication reviews the 2020 season along with an unusual Floy Tag Recapture.  An interesting read on a recent Redd survey undertaken in November.

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The end of the season is nigh

Every season has a distinguishing feature that often take us by surprise with the numbers and sizes of Salmon entering the river at different times of year continuing to change.

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