What can I say about The Tay ? Wikipedia says:
Â The River Tay is a river in the southern Highlands of Scotland; it was made somewhat famous (or infamous) by William McGonagall‘s The Tay Bridge Disaster. It is the longest river in Scotland and the sixth-longest in the UK. It is also the largest river in the UK with a catchment of approximately two thousand square miles (the Tweed is 1,500 square miles and the Spey is 1,097 square miles).
However I will say that if we did poorly on the Ericht, this time we did even worse on the Tay, it was bigger colder and with even more sullen trout. Emmanuelle turned up and caught a nice grayling.
Nightly pep talk was in a bed and breakfast. At this point we were losing the will to live.
Alex was not in this picture as he was obviously still basking in the glory of his New Zealand dropper technique.