Salmon & Sea Trout Beat To Let

XX_noreenFishing on the River Nairn at Nairnside Fishing for 3 rods. The beat enjoys a variety of fly water across its 1.13 miles of double bank water for salmon and sea trout. The beat has been lightly fished.

The River Nairn rises in headstreams on the slopes of Carn Ghriogiar in the Monadhliath mountains and ows north eastwards through Strathnairn for 38 miles exiting into the Moray Firth at Nairn. The Nairnside shings extend downstream from Daltulich to below Nairnside bridge.

Access is via a track from Nairnside bridge where there is parking on the north side of the bridge. The River Nairn produces salmon throughout the season with the peak months being from June to September and sea trout can be proli c when targeted. The shings have historically been lightly shed and there is therefore potential for the current catch records to be signi cantly improved upon. In recent times the best producing pools have been Beach pool, Garden pool and Otter pool. There is a limit of 4 rods shing at any one time, the Estate retains the right to sh one of the four rods. The River Nairn is a category 1 river, anglers are asked to comply with the voluntary conservation code. Release rates as follows, release all sh up to 1st May thereafter 75% release rate for salmon and grilse to the end of the season (i.e. retain only one sh in every 4 caught). Sea trout – 75% or more release rate.

The licence is offered with effect from 1st March 2018 until
30th September 2018 (the licence is on an annual basis as agreed between parties). A copy of the agreement and further information may be obtained from N M Lambert, 01343 823000,

For more information please contact Savills Fochabers office on 01343 823000

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