The Courier is embarking on an exploration of Scotland’s greatest waterway, the River Tay, and we’re inviting you to hop aboard.
This week, Paul beholds the moving tale of a transgender man who becomes pregnant.
The Courier’s former fishing expert has died at the age of 76.
Madam, – I must thank Mr Alan Beattie for his letter to The Courier (“Control predators and you control the cycle”, June 4).
Celebrations to mark the start of salmon season have been marred by a worrying decline in River Tay stocks.
Angler Phil Rennie feared he would never savour a salmon season again after a devastating motorbike crash.
Anglers on the River Earn will be able take home some of the salmon they catch next year under revised river gradings.
As befitting its status as the Queen of the UK’s rivers, the annual ceremony heralding the beginning of a new season in pursuit of the King of Fish is a grand spectacle on the banks of the Tay.
Winter sunshine gave rise to hopes of a fine year on the River South Esk as the first cast of a new season was made on the Angus water.
The salmon fishing community has rallied round a Tay ghillie after he had thousands of pounds worth of gear stolen just hours before the start of the new season.