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Paul heads north for the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides and discovers the delights of the island's magnificent fishing. The programme begins on the North Harris estate as Paul watches Atlantic Salmon leaping the falls on the Little Castle river, before estate manager Tim Kirkwood gives Paul the rundown on the fishing here. Tim then takes Paul on to one of Scotland's most famous Salmon and Sea Trout lochs, Loch Voshmid where Paul gets some early sport with a nice Sea Trout. As the wind gets up, Paul retreats to the shore in the afternoon and despite the blustery conditions has further success. Paul then heads out to sea to try some of the saltwater angling available here before enjoying more fly fishing on Harris.

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