Children of the Tide
For many Scottish anglers, the wild Sea Trout has always shared equal status with the Atlantic Salmon. Sadly, in recent times, their numbers in most areas of Scotland have declined dramatically. This is turn has made them even more special to the angler. Presenter Paul Young travels to Orkney to meet up with local expert Stan Headley, to try a rather unusual method of catching Sea Trout in the sea. He continues on to the clear waters of the Eachaig in Argyllshire and to Loch Wester where the late runs of Sea Trout can provide sport well into October. On Royal Deeside the river is full of summer Salmon but they are not interested in the fly, we wonder why?