|Where:||Formerly at Norham, Northumberland at Pedwell, down by the Tweed|
|When:||Formerly 14th February|
|Time:||Just before midnight.|
This is a lapsed custom which is frequently reported as current in books and on websites. The Vicar of Berwick used to bless the water, boats and catch, performing the service in a boat on the River Tweed – nowadays the salmon are nearly all caught by rod, not netted, and the custom ceased some years ago.