On the last Saturday in January the Jedburgh Rotary Club once again hosted the Scottish Rotary National Grayling Fishing Competition along a large part of the Teviot.
There were entrants from as far apart as Aberdeen and Durham and between them they caught 20 grayling.
While this was not as many as last year, all the fish were a good size.
John Sharratt, from the host club, caught a fish 53cm long, which must be close to a record. Conditions were good and everyone had a great day. The overall winner, with the biggest combined catch of the day, was David McAllister.
Thanks go to everyone who contributed to making the event such a success.