River Conon Spring Week For Sale

The Conon Syndicate Fishing runs through the Brahan estate and is entirely owned by the syndicate members.

An opportunity has arisen to purchase salmon fishing rights in perpetuity for two rods during Spring on the River Conon. The April week starts during the Easter Holidays this year and on most years.

The beat enjoys double and single bank fishing across its 6 miles (approx) in length. The water is split into three four rod beats (Top, Middle and Bottom) with rods rotating at the end of each day (Top to Middle—Middle to Bottom—Bottom to Top. The rotation is repeated on Thursday)

Each beat has a ghillie, boat and fishing hut. The huts are well equipped with heating and cooking facilities.

The Conon is a hydro controlled river with three dams along its length. This ensures that no days are lost to a lack or an increase in water levels.

The five year average for the season 26th January to 30th September for all 3 Beats is 550 salmon and grilse. The water has been lightly fished week commencing 11th April.

A 30 minute drive North West of Inverness over the Kessock Bridge.

Please contact Francis Sandison on 07801 782035 for more information. Guide Price per rod £6,000.

Fishery Board.
“The Fishery Board operates an impressive Hatchery, on a mitigation policy only, within the Blackwater catchment that joins the River Conon at our top pool (the Junction Pool) on the top beat”.

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1 Response to River Conon Spring Week For Sale

  1. Conon Bridge Hotel says:

    for booking the Conon Hotel, contact reservations@cononhotel.com

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