Where the Pools are Bright and Deep

Working the Tweed artists Kate Foster and Jules Horne have contributed to this exhibition which takes a delightful look at the joys and challenges of fly fishing on the Ettrick, Yarrow and Tweed.

Angling artefacts and curiosities from Scottish Borders Council Museums Service, Selkirk and District Angling Association and Private Collections.

Many thanks go to David Mitchell from Selkirk and District Angling Association for agreeing to be interviewed and to the Tweed Foundation  that gave their time to Kate and Jules to explain about their  fish scale research activities.

Robson Gallery
Friday 29th March – Sunday 5th May 2013
Mon- Sat 11 – 4pm
Sun 12 – 3pm

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  1. Pingback: Voice: David Mitchell, Selkirk Angling Club | Working the Tweed

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