For Sale Week 36 Lower Scone

A rare opportunity to purchase a five-rod lease on the renowned Lower Scone beat of the Tay.

This prime mid-September week (week 36) has a 10 year beat average of 271 salmon and 18 sea trout. The ten-year, week average is 11 salmon.

The beat is divided into upper and lower beats, namely Waulkmill upstream and Goldcastle downstream. The beat is fished on an alternate day basis by no more than 5 rods per beat. There is one full time ghillie with 8 years’ experience of the beat, two boats, 2 fishing huts and excellent vehicular access.

The fishing’s form the lower part of the stretch of river formerly known as Lower Scone Salmon Fishings and starts at the bottom of Fishponds Beat and extends for about 1.6 miles downstream to a point just below Goldcastle at the top of Almondmouth Beat.

The top fishing hut at Walkmill is situated just up stream from the Old Ferry and vehicle access is by way of Stormountfield Road.

The two fishing huts are well maintained and comfortable and each is equipped with Calor Gas heaters, tables and chairs as well as a separate toilet. Adjacent to the huts are designated car parking areas.

The week offers enjoyable fishing over one of the finest big rivers in Scotland. The two beats include several well-known pools including Berhaugh, Arns, Greenbush, Broxie, Girnal, Hatton, Cadgers Hole and Bleachings. The beats are fished on alternate days by way of a reciprocal agreement.

he beat benefits from an experienced Ghillie, boats and two fishing huts along with good access with parking – read more.

Price – Offers over £50,000.

Goldsmith & Co Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents

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