Salmon Fishing Gift Vouchers
By Jock Monteith 15th April 2019
While there's a vast selection of things you could buy for a loved one or colleague to make a 'special gift' there's little that compares to giving a quality introduction into the naturally beautiful world of Scottish salmon fishing. A guided salmon fishing experience on one of Scotland's major salmon rivers will provide an in depth insight into the skills that are required to be successful in Scottish salmon fishing.
New Salmon Fisher Advice
For anyone who hasn't fished for salmon before who doesn't have the required salmon fishing equipment this is the perfect way to proceed for a quality introduction to this amazing Scottish rural pursuit. All of our professional salmon fishing guide team are well grounded through years of daily riverbank experience in all the skills required to catch & teach Scottish salmon fishing. Follow this link to buy a salmon fishing gift voucher.
Preparing To Fish For Salmon
There's much more to salmon fishing than just turning up on the riverbank with a salmon fishing rod. Understanding the correct levels of equipment that are required to be in with a chance of catching a salmon is only the tip of the ice berg. A professional salmon guide will teach you not only how to get the best performance from your fishing equipment but also how to cover each salmon pool optimally & effectively in addition to the required stealth of salmon pool approach.
Salmon Fishing Gift Vouchers
Part of our gift voucher supply service (once the recipient of the voucher advises their date availability or advises us in advance) is to book an appropriate salmon fishing venue that ties in with where we perceive the best fishing chances to be during the month of the season that's specified by the gift voucher recipient. We are happy to advise in advance on this topic however we can usually locate good salmon fishing venues during most months of the Scottish salmon fishing season on all of the big four Scottish salmon rivers Tay, Dee, Spey & Tweed.
Professional Salmon Fishing Guides
To qualify as a 'professional' salmon guide via Monteith guided salmon fishing services all guides need to have a minimum of 5 years full time career based riverbank experience under their belts. This vital riverbank experience separates the men from the boys in guided salmon fishing and the average time served by our professional team is 10 years. Only through a 'professional' time served capacity on the Scottish rivers does a salmon guide truly pick up all of the required salmon fishing & guest hosting skills to ensure all Scottish salmon fishing guided days are delivered to the most appropriate professional standard.
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