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Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Salmon Fly Fishing on the Stanley beats Tay, Perthshire.

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Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Salmon Fly Fishing on the Stanley beats Tay, Perthshire.

Stanley Mills on the Pitlochrie beat.

A spring salmon about to be landed on the fly at the Slap on the Catholes.

A spring salmon being played on the fly in the Wash House from the boat on the Pitlochrie beat.

Aitken Head on Benchil, a classic spring pool in higher water.

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