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Rare Scottish Salmon Fishing For Sale

Opportunity to acquire in perpetuity up to 4 rods, week 15, on the renowned Brahan Beats of the River Conon, Ross-shire. This marvellous fly water is divided into three, four rod beats (Lower, Middle and Upper), rotating each day. Each … Continue reading

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Spring Fishing With Caledonia Flies

Spring has arrived and the water temperatures are up for this time of year. January and February have produced some lovely fish but things have been slower than usual. Fingers crossed there should be a much better March with fish … Continue reading

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Price Freeze And New Rewards

Northumbrian Water has frozen day permit prices for the new fishing season, which opens at the company’s reservoirs on Saturday, March 11. There will be at least 12,000 fish stocked at the six premier fisheries waiting for anglers on opening … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Industry Award Winners

Fish and Fly are delighted to announce the winners and runners up in their inaugural 2016 Fly Fishing Industry Awards. They asked fly anglers from across their portfolio of market-leading fly fishing websites, forums* and their associated social media pages … Continue reading

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Inverness Summer Fishing Festival

Inverness Angling Club are now welcoming entries to its Centenary Spey casting Tournament.  Anglers from across the globe are invited to compete for the prestigious casting title in the Highland capital in September. Celebrating the club’s 100th birthday, the competition … Continue reading

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Nith Young Anglers Club

The Nith Catchment Fishery Trust have organised a series of Angling Days for Young people starting this month until December. 

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Let’s Go Fishing River Clyde

United Clyde Angling Protective Association (UCAPA) are celebrating 130 years of conservation on the River Clyde in Scotland. Fishing permits have just been added to the FishPal site and at only £15 for a days salmon fishing, we believe it’s … Continue reading

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