More Fishing added to the FishPal System

This month we have added new UK and Icelandic rivers to the FishPal system. Over the last 2 weeks we have added over 10,000 fishing days, currently we have 311,244 rod/days to let around the world, with searchable lists constantly updated by the 655 fisheries that are presently on our system.

During the last few days we have added more fishing for the following Scottish Rivers:

Dee: Park on the Lower Dee, Near Crathes. Both banks of the river are owned by the estate and include 12 individual beats (six house rods, one family rod and five rods on the south bank). More information please click

Dee: Kincardine, Middle Dee, between Banchory and Aboyne. This is superb fly-fishing water which fishes well in a wide range of heights. More information please click

Dee: Commonty, Middle Dee, between Kincardine O’Neil and Banchory. This is a secluded and extremely attractive beat. More information please click

Tweed: Middle Pavilion, Middle Tweed, Melrose. The beat fishes well in high or low water. More information please click

Tweed: Pedwell, Lower Tweed, Norham. Approximately 1.5 miles of productive fishing on the English side of the river. More information please click

Nith: Barjag, Middle Nith, below Thornhill. The Trolly, the Caulback and the Sandbed pools are arguably one of the best sea trout pools on the Nith system. More information please click

Nith: Drumlanrig Upper, Middle Nith at Drumlanrig Estate, Thornhill. More information please click

Tay: Newtyle, Middle Tay, by Dunkeld & Birnam. Newtyle fished extremely well last season. With a final total of 172 Salmon landed which were 58 more than the previous season. More information please click

Tay: Murthly2, Middle Tay near Dunkeld. Murthly Beat 2 is one of the best beats on the Tay. For flyfishing it has few equals. More information please click

Far North: River Halladale. A spate river and fishing is mostly for salmon although there are some trout lochs within the catchment. More information please click

North & South Esks: Edzell, Gannochy Bridge to Westwater. More information please click

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