Opening Day Auction

speyFor the first day of the 2017 Spey salmon season Delfur estate is kindly donating the whole beat with four ghillies.

The resulting 5 rods available on Saturday 11th February are being auctioned as a single lot with the auction closing on 6th February.

This auction is to raise special monies for a cause very close to the heart of the Mountains, the owners of Delfur, and the monies raised will be donated to Marie Curie.

The beat is well known as one of the most productive yet under-fished beats of the river with 11 named pools being fished by five rods. The pools vary in depth from several feet to over thirty feet deep providing excellent fishing all season. Well maintained tracks provide access to each pool and in most pools there are paths along the banks.

Four full time ghillies are provided to assist rods where required. Although in most instances anglers will find the wading easy, each pool has a traditional cobble boat to allow fishing parties to cross over pools or indeed to fish them.

Delfur beat has consistently proved to be one of the top beats on the Spey and annually the beat produces about 10% of the catch of the entire river.

For more information and to place a bid please follow this link or contact Tom Carter on 01573 470612

Anne Woodcock. FishPal

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