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I regards ***** ***** angling in Scotland, when your a on a beat of a river and you reach the downstream boundary. Is this boundary for your feet as it were or for your lure? I understood it to be for your feet and you could cast the river width from that point
It is on the river tweed in the galashiels area Regards ***** *****
Hi it is when you are fishing on a salmon river wholly in Scotland andcthe are sometimes divided into "beats" owned by different estates so when you reached your downstream end of your beat sometimes called the "March or Marches " does it mean that you feet stop there and you can fish from that point the width of the river in an arc or does it mean that your lure must stop at this point
I was told years ago that you could stand at this point and fish the distance of the width ofvthe river downstream in an arc
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