Sad, very sad indeed, you might remember I was going to fish the Tummel last weekend.
An angler who died after being swept down a river in Perthshire has been named by police.
Father-of-three Gordon Robertson was on holiday with his wife and children when he was pulled under the water in the River Tummel at Pitlochry.
The body of the 41-year-old, from Midlothian, was later found by a Royal Navy rescue helicopter.
It is thought his chest-high waders filled with water and trapped him under the surface while he was fishing.
An attempt by a passer-by to save Mr Robertson, of Burnside Road, Gorebridge, by throwing a rope into the water was unsuccessful.
It is understood the incident, which happened at about 1100 BST on Monday near the Tummel Valley Holiday Park, was seen by a family friend who was also on the holiday.
A Royal Navy helicopter which had been scrambled to help with the search spotted his body about two hours later.
Mr Robertson lost his footing and witnesses saw him being swept down the river and disappearing below the surface.
The spot he was fishing in was a short distance downstream from a Scottish Water pumping station and management made efforts to lower the water level.
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