Upper Spey Opening Day 14th March 2020

Mar 17, 2020 | Uncategorized, Where To Fish


Club President Colin Cameron presents the Sandy Bennett memorial trophy to PJ Mackintosh (centre) and Neil Macaulay Jr (right)

The quaich, Scotland’s cup of friendship, used throughout the centuries to offer welcoming drink at Clan Gatherings, and other family occasions, and to friends and visitors.

Badenoch Angling Association members gathered at the weekend for their official opening of their fishing season on the River Spey.


Club president Colin Cameron gets ready to bless the river

Anglers and guests were piped to the river by Mr John Mackintosh and presentations, eats & drinks were enjoyed by all at the Newtonmore Grill.

To book permits please follow the link or give Tom a call at FishPal on 01573 470612

Photographs courtesy of Frances Porter from The Strathspey Herald.


 Calum – Brown trout fly champion Calum Macrae Neil 


Brown trout junior champion Brogan Maclean.


Female brown trout champion Jude Houghton



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