The Atlantic Salmon Trust, Angling Trust and FishPal have teamed up to produce a series of three ten-minute advisory films called “The Gift” to promote best practice for fishing for salmon. The videos have been warmly welcomed by anglers, with thousands viewing them on You Tube even before the official launch today. Continue reading
Two self catering properties located within easy reach of the Findhorn are Relugas Mill at Forres and Sandspoint in Findhorn.
An ideal base for exploring the Findorn area. Spring weeks from £499
A former miller’s cottage in a secluded private setting with outstanding views over the Findhorn valley. A path near the house leads down to the spectacular river banks only a few minutes’ walk away. Continue reading
A successful work party took place on the lower waters of Llandovery Angling Association on February 18th 2017. The right bank was cleared to allow fishing access from the boulders pool upstream to the junction pool. This is a very productive stretch and with renewed accessibility it should provide good sport for the coming season. Continue reading
For Sale 1 rod week’s ownership in late March (Week 7 starts 27th March in 2017) of Craigellachie Fishings, arguably the most scenic Salmon fishing beat on the River Spey. The past two or three years have shown a marked increase in the early part of the year catches. Continue reading
FishPal will be at The London Fly Fishing Fair this weekend, 10/11th March. Come and see us in the Fin and Game stand.
Fin and Game the specialist fishing, shooting and country clothing store nestled in the heart of the Scottish Borders are taking with them everything you need for a successful trip to Scotland. Continue reading
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 beat has its owns ghille. Continue reading
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 pushing up through the beats on your river. We have had some snow putting water reserves on the hills for later in the spring. Continue reading