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The Tay is not only the longest stream in Scotland covering 120 miles, it additionally has the largest volume of water of any sort of stream in the UK, making it less water dependent to fish well than most of the salmon fishing rivers in Scotland. With the springtime runs beginning with mid March it provides excellent salmon fishing throughout the period. The stream starts it's journey from Loch Tay at Killin as well as travels with some beautiful as well as stunning scenery passed Kenmore, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld as well as Perth just before getting to the Firth of Tay just east of Perth where the river ends up being tidal.

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The River Dee is 85 miles long and also runs eastern from the resource at the Wells of Dee spring (at 4000 ft) on the side of Braeriach in the Cairngorm Hills. The Dee runs past Braemar, Balmoral, Ballater, Aboyne and also Banchory before joining the sea at Aberdeen. Unlike the Spey which has peat coloured waters the Dee has remarkable clear water despite being bordered by peat hills on its training course. Even after a hefty spate the waters clear remarkably quickly.