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Savills Malloch Trophy 2012

Savills Malloch Trophy winner 2012

In 2012, the Savills Malloch Trophy, Scotland's most prestigious angling award (which is owned by the Tay Foundation), was won by Jim Reid of Edinburgh who caught and released on a fly a salmon estimated at 43 pounds on the Bemersyde beat of the River Tweed on the 24th of October 2012.
Jim was presented with the Savills Malloch Trophy by Roddy Willis of Savills at the new fishing department at the House of Bruar on 6 June 2013.

 

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Jim was presented with the Savills Malloch Trophy by Roddy Willis of Savills at the new fishing department at the House of Bruar on 6 June 2013.
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Jim Reid with a minature replica Savills Malloch Trophy by Patrick Marvos
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Ian Farr, ghillie on the Bemersyde beat, River Tweed, who helped Jim land his award winning fish, receives a memento from Roddy Willis of Savills
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Lady Haig, owner of the Bemersyde beat, also being presented with a memento by Roddy Willis of Savills