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Tay Fishing Beat Owners Take Rafting Row To Court

by Brian Donnelly, The Herald.

IT is viewed by anglers as a key Scottish salmon location, while to rafters it is the ideal place for white-water thrills.

But now fishing beat owners are planning to take court action after a clash between the two groups on the River Tay.

Several owners have joined forces after claiming years of negotiations have failed to find a solution to disagreements between anglers and rafters over access to the Upper Tay between Grandtully and Aberfeldy.

To read the full article, please visit www.heraldscotland.com.

 

 

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