Salmon Fishing - River Whiteadder
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The River Whiteadder is a major
tributary of the Tweed, flowing out of Whiteadder reservoir before
being joined by tributaries Faseney Water, Bothwell Water, Monynut
Water and Dye Water. Later the Whiteadder is joined by its major
tributary, Blackadder Water. A further five miles sees the
Whiteadder joining the tidal reaches of the Lower Tweed, two and a
half miles upstream of Berwick.
The Whitadder has decent runs of salmon
and sea trout, and good brown trout fishing. The autumn months give the
best chance of migratory fish, especially after a good fall of rain.
Enquiries about the fishing should be directed to the Berwick and
District Angling Association.
Angling Clubs and Associations
Berwick and District
Enquiries to Secretary
D Cowan, 129 Etal Road, Tweedmouth, Berwick upon Tweed.
Whiteadder Angling Association