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International Speycasting Tournament Showcases Local Talent
Inverness Angling Club Junior causes a stir at Tournament

International Science Conference is a Success
with lots of in-depth discussion and debate

School Visit to Scotland's Salmon Festival
Schoolchildren's salmon discoveries at the Bught Park Family Fair

Family Fun at Bught Park Fair
Food and Fun at Bught Park

An Entertaining Evening at EdenCourt
Film Night both entertaining and informative

Scotland's Salmon Festival 2017 Opens
Scott Mackenzie gives out casting tips

Salmon Run at Inverness Airport
Check out our Salmon Run at Inverness Airport

Launch coverage in the P&J
Juniors take the lead

Waiting List in Operation for Speycasting Tournament
Having reached 32 entrants for the Speycasting Tournament a waiting list is now in operation

Casting Schedule Extended
Speycasting Schedule Extended

Scotland's Salmon Festival Chair thanks some of our sponsors
Sponsors of Scotland's Salmon Festival brave the weather to join us at the launch last week

Casting Schedule Extended

Inverness Angling Club has confirmed that all entrants so far registered for its Centenary Speycasting Tournament are guaranteed a place in the competition. The club originally set a limit of 30 entrants but registrations quickly rose to 32, setting a waiting list of two. Officials have now taken a close look at the casting schedule and concluded that a slight revision will accommodate all 32 registrations. A waiting list is now in operation - but don't be discouraged from registering.  Register as soon as possible to ensure that you can still win a place in this great international tournament should any of the current entries withdraw.

 

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