24 consecutive weeks for 6 rods in perpetuity on one of the most renowned and admired salmon fisheries.
The Stobhall beat extends to some 1.8 miles and is opposite Taymount, with whom there is a reciprocal arrangement and good working relations. Stobhall is downstream from Ballathie and Cargill; and upstream from Catholes and Burnmouth.
The fishings include some of the most famous pools on the river; The Linn Pool, Findford Head, Alderns and Kill Mou amongst their number. There is a good variety of water with a total of 30 pools. Stobhall is well known for its quality fly water.
The beat has produced consistent catch records over the last five years. Stobhall and Taymount are well known big fish beats and produce a number of fish in excess of 20lbs each season. The five-year average for these 24 weeks on Stobhall (2012 to 2016 inclusive) is 96 salmon/grilse.
The fishery is divided into an upper and lower beat, and both can be fished by wading, from the bank, or by boat – read more.