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1. Findhorn
2. Lossie
3. Spey
4. Avon
5. Isla
6. Deveron

Fishing in this part of Scotland (Grampian/Speyside) includes the world famous River Spey as well as the rivers Findhorn, Isla, Lossie and Deveron.

The Spey is one of the classic salmon rivers of Scotland. The Spey rises over 100 miles to the west and by the time it reaches Grantown it is a big river. The river has some great runs of salmon with over 8,000 fish taken each year.

 

The Findhorn is a very pretty river, and quite short. It is best to contact the various estates to find fishing.

The Deveron is a spate river which offers good salmon (it is known for big fish) and sea trout fishing on about 50 miles of water


Crubenmore Lodge

Crubenmore Lodge
Offers fishing on the River Truim, the Spey and hill lochs. Corporate occaisions organised by Absolutely Scotland.

Speyside

Cawdor

Cawdor Estate
Salmon fishing is let by the week on a seven mile stretch of the River Findhorn. There are five beats, three which rotate together over the course of the week, with the other two beats let individually. The season commences at the beginning of May with the Spring Run and ends on October 1st. Day tickets are available for the River Nairn which fishes from mid-March for Salmon and Seatrout.

Findhorn

Culloden House Hotel

Culloden House Hotel
The River Findhorn. - three beats of right hand bank fishing available to let and one left bank. All fly fishing only. Transport can be arranged to take you to Tomatin and collect you at the end of the day. Rod, tackle and waders can also be hired but must be arranged at time of booking. Fishing on other rivers can also be arranged.

Findhorn

Glen of Rothes

Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery
6 acres of water, set in magnificent Highland scenery in the Northeast of Scotland. Stillwater bank fishing for Rainbow trout, as well as for Browns, Steelheads, Blue rainbows and Brook trout.

Speyside

Speycaster.net

Speycaster.net
A website aimed at fly fishers interested in Salmon fishing, speycasting instruction, fishing courses and holidays throughout the River Spey system.

Spey

Speysider

Speysider
River Spey - Gordon Castle and Brae Water, Craigellachie and Tulchan beats. Lots more fishing information.

Spey

Inverbrough Cottage

Inverbrough Cottage
It has been extensively rebuilt and refurbished to give a high standard of modern convenience. It is situated on a bend of the River Findhorn with extensive views up and down the river. It stands on top of a bank within an easy cast of the river and is about a mile from the centre of the village. The cottage is let inclusive of two rods fishing for salmon on the Upper Inverbrough beat of the River Findhorn.

River Findhorn

Kinross House

Kinross House
Luxury guest house accommodation with fishing available locally on the River Spey and on the specially created Dell Stream, Scotland's first designed trout stream. Boat fishing for pike and brown trout on Loch Pityoulish and trout on Lilly Loch. Tackle and accessories can be hired or bought locally and instruction is available for all levels of experience.

Speyside

PR Flyfishing Inc.

PR Flyfishing Inc.
Personalized trips to fly fishing destinations including the Spey.

Spey

Spey Salmon

A 28lb Spey salmon

 

 

 

 

 
 

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