Category:Yair, Scottish Borders

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English: Yair is a village in the Scottish Borders. The name comes from the old Scots word for fish trap. In 1156 King Malcolm allowed the monks of Kelso to build a damn creating a pool for fishing. The Yair and the Tweed generally remain popular salmon fishing sites today.


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