Tweed – Rutherford

Rutherford water is justly famous for its beauty, its vibrant wildlife and its first class fishing. The beat extends to 2.5 miles on the south bank and 2 miles on the north bank affording space and tranquility to the angler. The beat’s 14 named pools offer a wide variety of fishing in splendid scenery from boat and bank. At the top of the bank is the Corseheugh, which enjoys one of the finest views in the borders up to the Eildon Hills. In the middle of the beat is the Rutherford Dub, a classic and highly productive autumn boating pool. This leads into the narrow streamy neck of the Slap stream, a strong all year round performer frequently catching over 50 salmon in a season. The final half mile of the beat sees the river entering a spectacular and secluded gorge characterised by rocky ledges and deep holes. The length and variety of the beat ensures that there is good fishing in all water conditions.

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Lorna MaitlandTel: 0131 220 8845

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6 February - 26 February - £35
5 March - 11 March - £51

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Fishery District