Paul is on the River Spey at the Castle Grant estate on a beautiful sunny morning, faced with one of the decisions salmon anglers quite often find hardest to make, which fly to choose, from his box of hundreds? Luckily his ghillie John only carries a few in his "Fishermens Friends" tin and quickly suggests a small Blue Charm. The skies however turn to clear blue and the beating sun turns the salmon off. Fortunately the following day is overcast and the conditions more favourable and Paul hooks a very decent Salmon that provides quite a fight. Paul is then off to the River Endrick, that flows into Loch Lomond, to try one of his favourite forms of fishing, trotting large juicy earthworms down the current looking for a bar of silver. The take is always exciting as the salmon nibbles at the worm before swallowing it. Then on the last day of the season, in late autumn Paul is on the River Tay trying catch his final salmon of the year. He's on one of the beats just below Kenmore near the head of the river and after a rewarding day's fishing joins his fellow Tay anglers, on their traditional procession through the village, to toast, at the river's edge, the mighty salmon with a wee dram of malt whiskey.