Tweedguide has been guiding visitors from around the world for over eighteen years, ensuring their fishing on the River Tweed is as enjoyable as possible, in doing this it has gained a fine reputation. 2020, due to Corvid-19, is proving extremely challenging, our most challenging year to date. The restrictions have made it impossible for many of our visitors to travel.
When clients book fishing with Tweedguide, we book and pay for the water and facilities at the time of the booking, this ensures clients have access to the River Tweed, once booked these costs to Tweedguide are not refundable. As such Tweedguide is unable to give refunds on fishings purchased.
We will be endeavouring to find visitors from the UK to fill the places booked by clients from outside the UK and, if this proves successful, Tweedguide will look at the possibility of refunds, however, we cannot offer any guarantees. In addition we can reschedule fishing for future dates, but, due to the system used in Scotland, there would be an additional charges for salmon fishers due to permit costs.
It is for unforeseen reasons like Corvid-19 that we advise clients to ensure their travel insurance covers any losses they might incur. We will do our utmost to help. Please see our terms and conditions https://www.tweedguide.com/tandc/
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Scotland is renowned for Salmon Fishing and the River Tweed is recognised as one of the truly great Atlantic salmon rivers. The tradition of salmon fishing on the River Tweed extends back for centuries and many of the practices, styles and flies used, when fly fishing for salmon, originate on this most lovely of rivers.
The salmon fly fishing season on the River Tweed starts on the 1st February and extends to the 30th November, giving anglers the opportunity to fish for salmon in most seasons. The early part of the season can see 'springer' salmon coming into the River Tweed, whilst the latter part of the season, from September to November, is usually the most prolific.
The cost for salmon fishing on the River Tweed, as in other Scottish rivers, varies according to the time of year. Fishing on the River Tweed with Tweedguide places you in the hands of experienced guides who know the water and can tailor your personal experience to suit.
Brown Trout fly fishing on the River Tweed in Scotland is excellent and every season specimen fish are caught. Fish rise readily to the fly and the quality of trout fishing is high throughout the River Tweed system. Dry fly and wet fly methods are both successful and nymphing can be particularly successful.
The trout fishing season on the River Tweed in Scotland extends from mid-March to early October and there is no closed season for grayling fishing, but the grayling fishing is at its best from December to February, cold but exhilarating.
Tweedguide tailor your trout fishing and grayling fishing requirements to suit you, providing everything required, from transport to guide and tackle to permits. Fishing on the beautiful River Tweed with Tweedguide is an experience you will treasure.
No matter if you wish to fly fish for Trout or Grayling on the River Tweed for a half-day, full-day or as an organised trip, Tweedguide is here to make the experience a joy.
Scottish fly fishing trips, breaks or holidays on the River Tweed, for Salmon, Trout or Grayling can be arranged for any period of time you may wish. We are happy to organise a single day or arrange everything for a extended holiday and are happy to create varied and interesting itineraries. A complete package could include fishing for Salmon on one day, on the next day, using different fly fishing methods, fishing for wild brown trout and on the next day fishing for Grayling.
One thing you can be assured of your River Tweed fly fishing experience will be as varied as you wish and you will be in the safe hands of experienced organisers and fishing guides. Tweedguide will provide all the tackle, equipment and protective clothing required. We will recommend suitable, local, quality accommodation and provide the transport required.
"Tweed Guide. I would tell anyone from any background that has an hour, a day or a week to see them for an out of this world experience."
H. Franz Hostalka (USA Fishing Guide Montana)
Purchasing a fly fishing gift voucher from Tweedguide can be the perfect gift for the beginner or expert angler. Fly fishing on the River Tweed is a joy and in the hands of our experienced guides, the perfect gift can be arranged.
A Tweedguide fly fishing gift voucher makes a unusual, surprise gift and the experience is tailored perfectly for the receiver. The Gift Voucher can be pre-arranged or left to the recipient to organise.
What we can promise is that we will ensure that the receiver of the fly fishing gift voucher will have a wonderful time Fishing for Salmon, Trout or Grayling on the River Tweed.