“No other Scottish river, not even the majestic Spey, can provide a panorama to outrival that which unfolds itself to the gaze of the angler standing near the Lochy’s Falls Pool, or at Loy Mouth, or at Camisky, as he casts his eyes east and southwards towards Ben Nevis’ snow-capped peak. All around him stretches an unforgettable display of heather, woodland, and steep hillside, as far as the eye can reach in every direction.”
From John Ashley Cooper, author of A Salmon Fishers Odyssey.
The River Dee Trust has joined forces with the Twin River Distillery in Banchory to produce an exciting new River Dee Gin, which will help raise funds for the Trust.
Trust manager Lorraine Hawkins said, “We are very excited to be working with Twin River. Gin has really captured the imagination recently and the Dee gin is a fantastic way to raise funds for the Trust, while also supporting the local business, Twin River. Continue reading
What an amazing show the EWF is!! A setting like no other, a Monastery and gardens as a backdrop which are simply stunning and fly fishing people from all around the world all congregating for this the 13th year of the EWF.
Fishing on the River Nairn at Nairnside Fishing for 3 rods. The beat enjoys a variety of fly water across its 1.13 miles of double bank water for salmon and sea trout. The beat has been lightly fished.
The River Nairn rises in headstreams on the slopes of Carn Ghriogiar in the Monadhliath mountains and ows north eastwards through Strathnairn for 38 miles exiting into the Moray Firth at Nairn. The Nairnside shings extend downstream from Daltulich to below Nairnside bridge. Continue reading
As we move into March, the still water trout season really gets going. Small waters have been open throughout the winter and the main reservoirs are starting to open up. As the weather improves and warms, there is an increase in insect life the trout respond by gorging on the abundant food resource so why not get out there and make the most of some of the best fishing of the year! Continue reading
Garry fished the Forth and Teith for many years and then a few years ago decided to call it a day fishing the Stirling Council Fisheries.
This year with the new and exciting pricing structure of a years fishing permit for only £200 Garry was enticed to try fish the river again. In the many years that Garry has fished with the river, this is his first ever springer from the Teith! Continue reading
Home of many 20-pounders, the Sog River is recognized as one of the finest Atlantic salmon rivers in Iceland. Sog is the largest spring fed river in Iceland and is renowned for its amazing bird-life, beautiful surroundings and high percentage of multi-sea-winter salmon. Sog has a very good stock of Arctic char and every year char of size 5-6 pounds are caught. Sog river is only 65 km east from our lovely capital Reykjavik.