News & Reports

2019 Season Review

By Charlie White

The 2019 season on the Varzuga will go down in the books as one of our better ones. The final overall numbers make impressive reading with 152 clients landing over 6,500 fish in a 6 week period.  It worked out at an average of just over 44 fish per rod per week – superb fishing by any measure.

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Varzuga 2019

By Charlie White

The Varzuga blog is now live – www.varzuga.com

After months of anticipation, our advance team of staff are now on the ground in Varzuga and they have found a river that broke a week ago. Conditions look perfect for our first guests of the season who will arrive on Saturday...

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Roxtons Help Sponsor the Launch of the Salmon Club

By Henry Mountain

The Atlantic Salmon Trust recently launched the Salmon Club at an evening drinks party at the Westminster Boating Base in London. The Salmon Club is predominantly aimed at the under 45s. The main goal is to support the Atlantic Salmon Trust by creating an extensive community with a strong online presence that will fuel a passion and enthusiasm for the protection of wild Atlantic salmon.

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Cuba - repackaged and reinvigorated

By Charlie White

It is extraordinary how times flies and yes, I know that is a cliché.  I thought I had been in Cuba very recently and it was only when I checked all of the details did I realise that I actually had not been there for five years. 

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Please support the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation

By John Duncan

Through the sincere generosity of His Grace, The Duke of Buccleuch, we are delighted to help support this amazing and unique package of staying at Drumlanrig Castle for two nights and shooting on the magnificent Drumlanrig Estate. All funds raised will go straight to the Foundation to help fight the battle against Motor Neurone Disease.

For further details.....

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2018-19 Season Review

By John Duncan

We don’t think we could say that the 2018-19 season was a classic! It’s been well documented that the detrimental effects that the ‘Beast from the East’ and the dry summer had on grouse numbers although early concerns about cover crops not growing due to the dry weather, were unfounded.

Whilst the early pheasant days were a success, many shoots struggled to hold onto their birds due to the mild and bright weather and an abundance of wild food...

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