More Salmon Fishing Added from £30.00 a day

Everyday we add more fishing to the FishPal system across the UK

Today we have more salmon fishing on the FishPal site for the rivers Dee, Tweed, Spey and Tay

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The Invery beat, River Dee fishes 6 rods and is one of the best known lower beats on the River Dee and lies immediately downstream from the junction of one of the largest tributary entering the Dee opposite Banchory, the Water of Feugh. There are 12 named pools, all relatively free from trees, and the beat is well recognised for its ease of fishing, both wading and from the banks. For more information click

The Park,  River Dee is renowned for the quality of its fishing. There are six fishing huts on the water, with four on the house side and a further two on the Durris side. The main hut is a short walk from the house and looks out on the famous Cellar pool and the Durris Stream. For more information click

The River Tay, Dunkeld House Fishings is one of the most scenic beats on the Middle Tay. Situated immediately above Dunkeld’s Old Tay Bridge, the beat boasts 14 named pools, with fishing available on both banks. More information click

River Tay, Lower and Upper Islamouth beat is perhaps the most famous beat on the Tay. It is a double bank beat commencing at the Kinclaven Road Bridge and extending for approximately 1.15 miles downstream to the old railway bridge at Cargill. More information click

River Spey, Kinchurdy, Near Boat of Garten, the Kinchurdy Beat stretches over approximately 3 scenic miles and offers salmon and sea trout fishing for up to six rods on a daily or weekly basis. Here you will find 19 stunning pools for more information click

River Tweed. Upper Floors Upper Floors offers 1.5 miles of prime double banked fishing 3 miles up stream of Kelso. It is one of the most attractive beats on Tweed running through woodland and grassland in the grounds of Floors Castle. For more information click

River Tweed. Lennel is two and a half miles of single bank fishing half a mile above Coldstream Bridge and two miles below. There are seven salmon pools fished by four rods. The top pool is shared with Cornhill and the bottom two pools are shared with Tillmouth. For more information click

River Tweed. Nest beat consists of nearly two and a half kilometres of the left bank with five named pools: Rampy, Boat Pool, House Pool, Policeman and The Gullets. There is a newly extended hut and there are now four main access routes to the river which involve parking on the main road and walking no more than 200 yards. We can fish five rods comfortably. For more information click

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