As we are Tweed bound next week I thought that I’d do some more stats gathering. Granted its only over 2 weeks but nevertheless here are the outcomes.
The red is the graph of the number of fish caught, which can be shown against the river height at 6am (dark grey) and the atmospheric pressure (blue).
What can be clearly seen is the pressure (low for more rain) coincides with the river height (rain), but more clearly the number of fish caught is comparable to the river height.
Alternatively you could read something else into it – and there other aspects such as the ability of the anglers, flies used etc. However it’s an interesting view.
Roll on Sunday.