Beat the Heat By Paul Procter

Paul Procter

Trout like this are in the offing for those prepared to flash their flesh.

We know it’s quintessentially English to parade around in waders even in the baking heat.  To a huge degree the advancements in breathable waders has made this somewhat bearable.  Yet, given the unseasonable hot weather we’ve experienced throughout June, even those who claim to have been born in waders secretly pray for a respite.  Continue reading

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Brand Ambassadors Wanted

Screen Shot 2018-05-29 at 13.15.38Gordon Castle Estate are looking for Brand Ambassadors to help take their brand to the next level Continue reading

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Week 1 Craigellachie For Sale

DSC_1275A rare opportunity to purchase full ownership of 4 rods on opening week on Craigellachie beat on the river Spey. Continue reading

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Lower Beauly Week 31 For Sale

Screen Shot 2018-05-17 at 16.21.00We are pleased to offer for sale two timeshare rods in perpetuity on the Lower Beauly, one of the Highlands best known rivers. Continue reading

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Craigellachie Fishings Week 6 For Sale

21745191_10208859240391802_457730626_o 4For Sale 1 rod week’s ownership in March (Week 6 ) of Craigellachie Fishings, arguably the most scenic Salmon fishing beat on the River Spey. The past two or three years have shown a marked increase in the early part of the year catches. Continue reading

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River Ugie, North East Scotland

image002The River Ugie, once respected as one of the best sea trout rivers in the UK, is starting to see numbers of seatrout beginning to flourish, thanks to its present owners Lunar Fishing Company. Continue reading

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Fishing On the Isle of Islay

DSC_0716The Isle of Islay (the whisky Island) offer the adventurer some great distilleries to visit, Bowmore, Laphroaig, etc, but the Island offers some excellent sport.
Whilst visiting last week, there are a couple of small “trout like” rivers that have salmon runs and also some exceptional seatrout fishing in the bay at Bowmore.

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