Spinfish Online Magazine and Where to Fish Directory

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Spinfish, the free online fishing magazine, with articles, news and features covering a wide range of angling disciplines whether fly fishing in Scotland or coarse fishing in England and Ireland. Internal magazines include the Where to Fish directory with information about salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout fishing plus coarse, pike, char, ferox and sea fishing. There are contact details for hundreds of trout fly fisheries. In addition to Where to Fish we have added our new Where to Stay and Things to Do features. Spinfish, now adapted for tablet and mobile phone, iPhone and iPad, is accessible where ever you have on line access and aim to plan some fishing.

For fishing articles, news, reports and features check out the Online Magazine here.


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Where to Fish

Planning an angling trip, need to find places to go fishing? The Where to Fish directory has contact details and information about where to get permits for nearly 2,500 fishing locations in Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland. Just search on line here to find a great fishing venue.


Where to Fish Directory

Where to Stay

Looking for accomodation; a hotel, B & B, a holiday cottage? Find places to stay near your chosen fishing destination, search online here.


Where to Stay Directory

Things to Do

Eating out, fun for the family, activities, pubs, shopping, entertainment? Search on line here to find things to do when you are not fishing.


Things to Do Directory



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Just outside Aviemore, Avie Lochan holds some fine wild brownies. Such a Bonnie spot for a queit day out.

A Wild Salmon at Hutton on the Whiteadder

Mad as heck this salmon found it's self stranded at the foot of a cauld on the Whitadder. It thrashed the red sandy water to a fury for 10 minutes before it found its way back to the main stream

Coldstream Rainbow

Little and large (relatively speaking) a good stockie and an over wintered 6 pounder from Coldingham Loch in the Scottish Borders. That big fish fought like a tiger covering 30 yards on the surface, an out of control torpedo. A stunner.