Kind friends and supporters of Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust have very generously donated some exciting and rarely available fishing days for the Trust to sell in order to raise much needed funds.
Many of these fabulous fishing days are on private or club waters which cannot normally be accessed by the general public – so a real opportunity for keen fishermen and women in 2016. Continue reading
The 2016 fishing seasons are all about to get underway over the next few weeks and I am sure you, like me, are looking forward to that first cast of the season and to other dates already secured throughout the year.
I wanted to remind you of the fact that we have our very own exclusive FishPal Insurance Policy that has four main Continue reading
FishPal and Angling Active visited the newly opened Delvine & Burnbane beat at Caputh, between Kercock & Murthly last Saturday.
The first two days of the season, this previously under-fished beat was fished by some very experienced anglers/ghillies from Speyside and Deeside. On both days they enjoyed plenty of rod action from the boat and bank with kelts and a couple of fish possibly the ‘real thing. We too had success in just 10 minutes whilst taking photographs. Continue reading
Salmon Membership is available for an annual fee of £350. Members can fish as many days Continue reading
From the 15th of Jan to the 27th of Feb 2016, book two rooms at the Meikleour Arms and get a free day boat fishing for two on Upper Islamouth and Meikleour House Beat.
The 2015 winner of the FishPal Malloch Trophy – for one of the largest salmon caught by an angler on a fly and safely returned during the year in Scottish waters – has been announced. The successful angler is Tom Buchanan from Barrhead in Glasgow for a 35 lb salmon caught on the River Lyon in Perthshire. Continue reading
In the far north highlands, just two hours from Inverness is an idyllic rural Scottish retreat. The family-run Borrobol Estate offers some of Sutherland’s finest trout fishing and lies in one of the most remote landscapes in Scotland. Continue reading