The Scottish Borders has everything for the angler. The region has over 2,000 miles of rivers and streams. Known as the 'Queen of salmon rivers', the River Tweed is the second longest river in Scotland. The river winds its way along 98 miles of the Border catchment area, at times forming a natural boundary between the Scottish Borders and England.
From the internationally famous salmon fishing on the River Tweed itself, to the excellent sea trout fishing on its tributaries; from the rainbow trout in the local lochs to the wilder brown trout in the rivers; and from the course fishing of the lower Tweed to the sea fishing off the Berwickshire coast.
There is plenty to choose from, whatever your pocket, and all of it surrounded by the Borders' magnificent scenery.