Carham

Scottish Borders and north Northumberland

Fishing on the Tweed  

                             

Carham Fishing offers a mile of double-bank fishing for 3 rods on the lower Tweed, approximately halfway between Kelso and Coldstream, with a five-year average catch of 224 salmon and 36 sea-trout. The Border runs down the middle of the beat, so fish can be caught in both Scotland and England.

Carham lies on an S-bend in the river providing varied fishing and a high proportion of streamy, attractive fly water. The fishing is readily accessible and much of it is easily waded.

Fish are caught throughout the season. Recent years have seen significant increases in summer catches, linking the traditional spring and autumn periods so that there is a real chance of catching a fish on any day from 1st February to 30th November.

The modern fishing hut has a wood-burning stove providing a snug retreat in cold weather; it also has a great view of much of the beat and is light and airy in the summer. Two ghillies are provided during the autumn fly-only period from 15th September, with one ghillie at other times.

The beat is always let as a 3 rod whole, with prices from £225 per day including VAT for periods of one to six days – most lets are for two or three days. Bookings can only be made through the proprietors – all enquiries are welcome.