Seasonal Fishing Ghillie position

Fishponds Beat, Scone Palace, Perth

A rarely available opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic ghillie.

Scone Estates is seeking an experienced fishing ghillie to provide a professional ghillie service on the Scone Palace River Tay Fishponds beat over the 2021 summer season (dates to be finalised but likely May to October 2021). The beat saw catch returns of 184 salmon & grilse in 2021 and has the benefit of a well appointed, purpose built, fishing hut.

The successful candidate will be an ambassador of Scone Estate and salmon fishing in Scotland, delivering excellent customer service. Applicants should have the knowledge and experience to ensure guests experience a safe and enjoyable day on the river.

Criteria required:

  • Competent boat handler – evidenced by relevant qualification
  • Experienced angler and experienced in providing angling tuition
  • Ability to provide excellent customer service
  • Experienced in boat & riverbank maintenance with relevant machinery qualifications
  • Willing to undergo Disclosure checks as required

If you would like an informal chat about the role please call: 01738 554920.

Please see the Scone Palace website for a detailed job description and to download an application form – read more.

Applications in email to: anne@scone-palace.co.uk

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