Fishing on the River Tweed has been one of the most important industries and most popular past-times in Berwick-Upon-Tweed for hundreds of years. The River Tweed is a major river running for almost 100 miles and one of the finest salmon rivers in the country. It is particularly well known for its autumn or back end fishing, with its season unusually extending into November.

Salmon fishing was Berwick-upon-Tweed’s most important commercial business for centuries, with Tweed fisheries being famous from the 14th Century. For a full history of salmon fishing in Berwick-upon-Tweed, please visit the Tweed Foundation website.

Come to Berwick-upon-Tweed for an enjoyable fishing holiday

There are currently no stations in the estuary, as opposed to 20 in the last century. The remaining large stations in the area include – Cheswick and Goswick on the coast, and Paxton Policies and Canny (Norham Boathouse) between the Whiteadder and the Till.

For information on fishing opportunities on the River Tweed please contact:

FishPal –

Tweedbeats –