Salmon Jumping on River Tweed near Galashiels

Published on
November 3, 2016

Synopsis:

A man observes salmon jumping on the river tweed

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Salmon Jumping on River Tweed near Galashiels

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Salmon Jumping on River Tweed near Galashiels.
A fluke chance of capturing this marvel whilst out walking on 2 October 2016.
A common sight at this time of year on this great river!

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