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 Deveron's salmon season is Feb 11th to October 31st with no Sunday fishing. (trout fishing is allowed on Sundays). Sea Trout fishing can be very good too. Henderson's Country Sports is the local centre for fishing supplies and river knowledge and manages the day permit sales. These can be purchased here or from their website Fishing the Deveron.   [...]

Fishing the Deveron2021-11-10T21:44:41+00:00

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 continues from late August until the end of the season in October. The Teith has a well deserved reputation for some large fish and every year fish over 20lbs and even some over 30lbs are landed. See also http://www.lanrick.co.uk

Lanrick Estate Beat on the River Teith2021-11-10T21:45:48+00:00
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