Sussex Piscatorial Society

Sussex Piscatorial Society

The Sussex Piscatorial Society is the premier fishing Society in the South of England. Formed in 1891, it is also one of the oldest fishing societies in continued existence in the world. The Society currently has a combined total of 71 acres of lakes and approximately 21.5 miles of rivers to fish all in stunning settings and offering uncrowded fishing for those discerning fishermen who value conservation, care of the environment and respect for...

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Dunlugas Estate, River Deveron

Dunlugas Estate, River Deveron

This is an excellent beat and is superb for sea-trout- given water and can produce large numbers of salmon. Book salmon fishing here: The Points fishes well in high water for salmon but can be an excellent pool for Brown Trout. Indeed Dunlugas is a superb beat for trout and has some wonderful glides for the dry fly in April and May. The next pool down, The Greenbank is superb fly water and the fish tend to be towards the far bank in spring and...

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Mountblairy Estate, River Deveron

Mountblairy Estate, River Deveron

Book a day permit here: The Mountblairy beat now incorporates the whole of the top beat and the famous Shaw pools from the lower beat from where the heaviest salmon caught on fly was grassed by Mrs. T Morison in 1924 at 61lb. As a result of this amalgamation many pools have been improved on the upper beat. The old top beat is opposite Dunlugas. The upper pool Points is a good high water pool.   Points leading into Greenbank Greenbank is...

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Turriff Angling Association – River Deveron

Turriff Angling Association – River Deveron

Turriff Angling Association has 3/4 mile of fishing just outside Turriff. It caters for visiting anglers with both daily and weekly tickets. It boasts eight pools which will fish in all heights of water. Although mainly fly fishing, spinning and worming are allowed in periods of high water. Salmon up to 30lb have been caught and can be caught from the opening day. Sea-trout arrive in June and average 2 to 3 lb but the Deveron does yield a number...

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Forglen Estate on the River Deveron

Forglen Estate on the River Deveron

Forglen is one of the most famous beats on the Deveron and is located just downstream of the town of Turriff. The beat has 16 pools and is double bank although mainly fished from the left bank. Check prices and book a day permit...

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Lanrick Estate Beat on the River Teith

Lanrick Estate Beat on the River Teith

The Lanrick water is situated between Doune and Callander on the river Teith and extends for 3.5 miles of which 2 miles are single bank and 1.5miles are double bank fishing. There are 16 named pools amid a magnificent woodland and parkland setting. The river enjoys a traditional spring run from the opening day followed by an exciting sea trout run between March and July accompanied by a less predictable grilse run. An excellent autumn run...

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Fishing the Strone Beat (Blackwater and River Ardle)

Fishing the Strone Beat (Blackwater and River Ardle)

The fishing at Strone comprises the bottom beat of the Blackwater and the bottom beat of the River Ardle. At the at the confluence of the beats is the head of the River Ericht. The pools include the Bridge Pool, the Upper and Lower Generator Pools, the Junction Pool, along with a number of good runs for varying river conditions. The beats are each half a mile long and are single bank (west on the Blackwater, East on the Ardle). The opposite...

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Fishing Milton of Drimmie (River Ericht)

Fishing Milton of Drimmie (River Ericht)

The fishing at Milton of Drimmie comprises two beats on the east bank of the River Ericht. The pools include the Cauldron, and the Cliff Pool, on the upper beat, and the Milton Run and Boat Pool, on the lower beat. There are a number of other good pools and runs for varying river conditions. Each beat is about half a mile long and is single left bank (East).  There is a lunch hut with nearby parking (for 4x4s). The beat is booked as a whole for...

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Letton Court Salmon Fishing River Wye, Herefordshire

Letton Court Salmon Fishing River Wye, Herefordshire

Beautifully situated within the Letton Court Estate this 1.5 mile stretch of glorious middle Wye offers pool after pool of likely salmon water. The pools are well defined and varied with fast necks and steady tails and the wading is extremely easy. Vehicular access is good too (especially 4 x 4). From green-grass banks and carpet slipper wading – you’ll fish with no hint of our time: no pylons; no road-drone and no on-site tackle shop...

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Fishing the Deveron

Fishing the Deveron

The Deveron is a hidden gem of a river flowing north east off the Grampian Mountains into the sea at Banff. It’s medium size makes it easily covered and perfect for beginners and improvers yet varied and challenging for the experts too. Even though the Deveron can be prolific in its own right, it is over shadowed by its famous neighbouring rivers Spey and Dee which of course means, being less well known, it is very good value! The...

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Llanthomas Beat River Wye

Llanthomas Beat River Wye

The Llanthomas Fishery is located on the lower end of the Upper Wye approximately 5.6 km (3.5 miles) up river from Hay-on-Wye and approximately 3 km (2 miles) down river from Glasbury on Wye. The Llanthomas Fishery is approximately 1,000m (1,094 yds) of double bank fishing. The fishery historically was renowned as an early spring fishery. Currently however salmon are more regularly caught later in the season with trout, chub, barbel, grayling,...

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