Thanks for the welcome guys.
I'll post photos and fish from the waters I fish in and around Edinburgh. The photos in the post are of the River North Esk (there is a River South Esk as well). These two rivers meet within Dalkeith Country Park at a place they call would you believe 'where the two waters meet'. The river then becomes the River Esk and runs into the sea at Mussleburgh just outside Edinburgh.
The rivers North and South Esk have a reddish brown tint in the water due to them running through iron ore deposits futher upstream. You can fish other rivers quite nearby that are crystal clear so they are all pretty different which makes things interesting.
There are some grayling in the Rivers North and South Esk so I'm going to give them a go over the winter.
This year I have been using up all my old traditional flies so I haven't caught one fish on a reverse hackle fly. I think I will buy some fly tying gear and tie my own over the next couple of months.
I caught most of the trout on the dry fly using klinkhammers mainly but also traditional dries such as greenwells glory, black spider, tups indispensible and olive duns.
Wets - I have caught fish on partridge and orange, greenwells glory and bloody butcher.
Nymphs - PTN and GRHE