River Deveron Lower and Upper Castle Fishings 

About 2 miles of both single and double bank fishing for sale on the River Deveron with a fishing hut and cabin. Guide price £200,000

The Lower Castle beat accommodates 4 rods over approximately 1.25 miles of double bank fishing with 21 named pools. This water offers a number of deep holding pools as well as fast streamy water with many easily accessible pools and all productive in the right water conditions.

The River Bogie joins the River Deveron at the Meeting Pot and lower down a boat may be used to fish Forsyth Pool to its best. The upper section of this beat has some gorge features which although challenging can reward the adventurous angler – read more.

The Upper Castle beat accommodates 2 rods over approximately 0.75 miles of single bank fishing with 7 named pools. In recent times, this beat has been under fished yet offers some good holding pools and some challenging fishing due to its wild nature.
The water is of modest width and is easily waded, or fished from the bank – read more.

Productive and accessible fishing on the River Deveron with a fishing hut and cabin
About 2 miles of both single and double bank fishing
5 year average to 2019 of 23.4 salmon / 18.2 sea trout
Attractive varied water with 28 named pools
Fully serviced (solar) fishing hut and cabin with wifi
Maintained as mainly a private fishery
Easy access

Contact Galbraith on 01343 546362
Email elgin@galbriathgroup.com

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