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July 2017

The River Naver has seen a relatively dry July allowing for challenging angling conditions, this hasn’t stopped the salmon making their way up the river with numerous catches over the month including a superb fresh 22lb’er. With the warm weather brings the midges, of course Scotland wouldn’t be Scotland without the midges but they do make life rather frustrating for the anglers and ghillies! Fingers crossed for a little more rain in August! 

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August 2017 »

11.09.2017

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June 2017 »

10.07.2017

June 2017 June has seen a mixed bag of weather for the River Naver, some dry and warm weather but some heavy downpours at times. This month has seen more salmon coming... » read more

May 2017 »

07.06.2017

May 2017 A Rather different story this month compared to April! The River Naver hasn’t been blessed with much rain, with only heavy showers occasionally at the... » read more

April 2017 »

02.05.2017

April 2017 After a relatively dry March comes a relatively wet April! The river Naver has had a real mix of weather this month from a few sunny spells to snow storms... » read more

March 2017 »

13.04.2017

March 2017 The River Naver has seen a relatively dry month with only small amounts of rain falling. We have had a good month with over 50 fresh salmon coming to the... » read more

February 2017 »

14.03.2017

February 2017 February sees the river beginning to come to life with eager fishermen casting their rods. They have been rewarded with a few beautiful fresh springers... » read more

January 2017 »

09.02.2017

January 2017 Welcome to the first report for the 2017 season. The winter weather has been relatively settled for the river Naver with no long spells of cold or wet... » read more

September 2016 »

30.09.2016

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August 2016 »

16.09.2016

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July 2016 »

05.08.2016

July 2016 The River Naver has had the sunshine now it’s having the rain! A mixture of a few bright spells with rather more rain saw the river levels rise... » read more

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