More days added for the River Dee

The River Dee is internationally famous for its salmon fishing, and especially so for its multi-sea winter spring salmon, with anglers coming from all over the world to fish it. The Dee is one of the earliest producing rivers in Scotland and takes great pride in the fact that it produces more spring fish caught to the fly than many other rivers in Britain

In addition to the increasing run of spring fish, the river also provides some excellent summer fishing for salmon, grilse and sea trout.

It has a fascinating setting in Royal Deeside, the area around Braemar and Ballater, where the Royal Family have spent their summers at Balmoral Castle since the reign of Queen Victoria.  History of the Dee click

Over the last 2 days more rods throughout the season have been added to the FishDee website. Anglers can view the latest rods added for the following beats. Quick Rod Search gives you the latest rods available by month, river, countries, species. Permits & joining instructions are issued instantly by email. Click

Lower Dee: Altries and Lower Drum beat is largely double bank fishing on the Lower Dee. More information click

Lower Dee: Bancory Invery one of the best known lower beats on the River Dee. More information click

Lower Dee: Lower Crathes and W Durris below Banchory. All pools are readily fished from the bank or are easily waded. More information click

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

Middle Dee: Cairnton 2 miles west of Banchory the ‘Home’ of greased-line fishing under A H E Wood, the pools are perfect for fly fishing at any heigh. More information click

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

Upper Dee: Headinch and Cambus O’May between Aboyne and Ballater most of the fishing is from both banks. More information click

Upper Dee: Craigendinnie between Aboyne an Ballater, Due to the fast flowing nature of the Upper Dee and the variety of pools, the beat can be fished at all water heights. More information click

Upper Dee: Waterside and Ferrar between Aboyne and Ballater, There are five fishing huts on the beat with some on both the North and South banks. More information click

Upper Dee: Deecastle, between Aboyne and Ballater. Anglers enjoy both banks of this fantastic stretch of river. More information click

Most of Dee’s salmon beats are included on the FishPal website so you can read about each one, see its current fishing availability and book fishing permits online or by telephone. Please click

Anglers wishing to purchase fishing equipment please visit the FishDee Megastore a fundraising website to raise funds for the River Dee Trust.

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