Scottish Salmon and Poachers in the Pub

May 13, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“A welcoming embrace might have calmed things had I not decided to seize the moment, suggesting a display of fine old rods in the hall. Some ideas fall on stony ground. This one was trampled into unrecognisable pieces.” Richard Donkin chooses an opportune moment to escape to Scotland with friends, only to find that cold weather and a warm cottage can lead one to excess. In the London Financial Times.