A fisherman who caught a 50lb salmon on the River Tweed said it was the 'best sporting day of his life'.
Shamus Jennings was on the Boleside beat near Galashiels with head boatman Nigel Fell when they landed the fish, the largest seen in Scotland since the 1920s.
He told ITV Border how he celebrated the record breaking catch.
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