Drought is bad news for anglers in Scotland

Scotsman: THE worst summer drought in more than 30 years has dried up some of Scotland's top salmon rivers, leading to unusually low catches and fish found with bellies rubbed raw by gravel. Anglers on major fishing beats say water levels are at their lowest since the long hot summers of the mid-1970s, stopping wild salmon and sea trout from getting up rivers. The water is so shallow in places on the North and South Esks that midstrADVERTISEMENTeam gravel banks are clearly visible and anglers ......

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