Salmon Beat Magnificence

By 7th October 2018

Look at this for a River Tay shot of 'swirling' God sent salmon fishing water magnificence. Even if you're a non salmon fisher can you not feel the pull of curiosity that would have you take a detailed closer look at what's going on under the surface of the river in glorious salmon water like this. The salmon river has the power to easily captivate your spiritual soul if you allow her in.

Modern Day Living

Let's not kid on here as to where we are as a species. We've been re-conditioned to accept completely unnatural living, eating and work conditions under the often huge financial strain of modern day living. From a government's point of view and those who really call the shots from the shadows there's a fair possibility that we're viewed as nothing much more than revenue generators and experiments for GMO's & pharmaceutical poisons. You only have to look at the physical change in UK citizens since the mid 80's to see something is clearly 'out of kilter'.

Why We Fish For Salmon

Salmon fishing in my professional opinion is hugely different than just fishing for salmon. The salmon rivers of Scotland will place you back into a far distant time whether you're aware of what happens to your spirit on a salmon river or not. Where do you think the fascination of salmon fishing comes from if it's not from a deep routed need for 'natural' freedom paired with the excitement of being in with a chance of catching such a fine fish which once upon a time would have been so crucial for our very existence.

The Social Side Of Salmon Fishing

As pack animals we take much from the social side of salmon fishing too and meeting fellow 'hunters' on the Scottish riverbanks must also resonate with our past. You cannot change deep routed desires to hunt in Mother Nature's amazing playgrounds and salmon fishing very much falls into that category. The next time you book your fishing ponder for a moment and ask yourself why. If you do you'll more than likely identify other areas of the pursuit that outweigh the apparent focal point of simply trying to catch a salmon.