Charlie Whelan's Gone Fishing

Self confessed fishing addict Charlie Whelan pulls on his waders and talks to fellow fishers heading out to catch the king of fish on Scotland's great salmon rivers.

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6/7.

Self confessed fishing addict Charlie Whelan pulls on his waders and talks to fellow fisherman.

Artist and writer Robin Armstrong spends his days watching the world flow past his studio.

Inspired by the natural environment, messing about on the river is where he is happiest.

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7/7.

Self confessed fishing addict Charlie Whelan pulls on his waders and talks to fellow fisherman.

This week fanatical fisherman and actor Robson Green explains how he escapes the attention of his fans on the riverside.

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"Charlie meets another self confessed angler, broadcaster and entertainer Chris Tarrant, on the River Tweed.".

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Having left London for the Borders, Fiona Armstrong has turned newscaster to flycaster and now the only big splash she gets is on the Border Esk.

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Chief Executive of the Countryside Alliance Simon Hart was first introduced to fishing through poaching.

Today, legally, he and Charlie fish the great river Spey.

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Owner and founder of the House of Bruar, Mark Birkbeck has fished all over the world but his introduction to salmon fishing was an experience that had him hooked on Scotland.

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Self confessed fishing addict Charlie Whelan pulls on his waders and talks to fellow fisherman Lord Steel who's been involved with British politics for more than 40 years.

But in the constantly changing worlds of Westminster and Holyrood the one thing that's remained the same is his love of fishing.

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Artist and writer Robin Armstrong spends his days watching the world flow past his studio.

Inspired by the natural environment, messing about on the river is where he is happiest.