Over 600 fishing days added today

Over 600 rod days have been added today to the FishPal system. Fishing days in Scotland on the Rivers Cree, Tweed, Tay and North Esk.

Fishing on English River Tyne and River Wear.

Fishing in Galloway: Idyllic rural surroundings, a friendly welcome and waters that cater for every type of fishing – Galloway offers all of this and more! Scotland’s ‘forgotten corner’ provides superb river fishing for salmon, trout and sea trout while its still waters support a variety of coarse species including pike, perch, carp, roach, tench and bream. Combine this with numerous lochs holding wild and stocked trout as well as a coast that offers fantastic sea fishing from shore or boat, Galloway is truly an angler’s paradise.

The Linloskin beat on the River Cree is one of the most productive stretches of water in the system. For more information please click

River Tweed: The Tweed is the second longest river in Scotland and takes great pride in the fact that it produces more fish caught to the fly than any other river in Britain. It is 98 miles long and gains life from a staggering 1500 sq miles (4000 sq km) of border catchment area.

Lower Tweed, Coldstream The Lennel beat. The fish catch on this part of the Tweed, when combined with the opposite bank, is one of the highest on the river. For more information please click

Middle Tweed – Nr St Boswells: Dryburgh North Beat, overlooked from famous ‘Scots View’ and the Wallace Statue, is situated in a beautiful location close to the Eildon Hills where the River Tweed loops round historic Dryburgh House and Park. The two miles of double bank.  For more information please click

Lower Tweed – Norham. Pedwell Beat provides approximately 1.5 miles of productive fishing on the English side of the river and lies immediately above and below Norham Bridge. For more information please click

River Tay: The River Tay is internationally renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing. It is one of the best salmon rivers in the United Kingdom, indeed in the European Union. Anglers come to central Scotland from all over the world to fish here.

Lower Tay, Upper Scone. This famous and spectacular lower Tay beat, about six miles north of Perth, consisting of 23 named pools over two miles is divided into upper and lower beats. For more information please click

Lower Tay, near Stanley. Lower Redgorton Consists of 1.35 miles of some of the finest water on the Tay, all of which is excellent fly water. For more information please click

Middle Tay, Dalguise by Dunkeld. The Dalguise beat is situated about 2 miles downstream of the confluence of the Rivers Tay and Tummel and extends to approximately 1.25 miles of double bank Middle Tay fishing. For more information please click

Lower Tay, 3 miles upstream of Stanley. Ballathie is one of the best known and one of the most productive beats on the Tay. For more information please click

Lower Tay, between Benchil and Almondmouth. The Waulkmill Beat forms the lower part of that stretch of river formerly known as the Lower Scone Salmon Fishings. For more information please click

Lower Tay at Stanley. Benchil and Pitlochrie are amongst the most attractive beats on the Tay and from 2010 are fished together on an alternative day basis throughout the season. For more information please click

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