Badenoch AA | Bailiffs AC | Ballater AA | Banff and McDuff AA | Beauly AC | Berwick upon Tweed District AC | Bettyhill AC | Blairgowrie and District AA | Border Esk and Liddle AC | Brechin AC | Bridge of Weir AC | Brora AC
Trout fishing on the upper Spey, Loch Laggan and trout and char on Loch Ericht plus some first class trout fishing at Spey Dam where they have 2 boats for hire. Permits from The Paper Shop Kingussie; The Glen Hotel, Balavi Hotel, Invernahon Caravan Park in Newtonemore, The Filling Station in Dalwhinnie, Laggan Country Hotel in Laggan.
Contact the warden on 07511 458250.
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The Ballater AA has a wide variety of fishing availble to members including beats on the Dee (Mar Lodge), Deveron, and the Waterside beat on the upper Don. They also have fishing on Lochs Vrotichan and Muick and Chapel and Gasworks Lochans.
South Waterside from Montgarrie Bridge
For membership enquiries call the President on 07933 532254.
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A 36 acre tree lined water in a secluded location just off the B6372. Run by Bailiffs Angling Association the fishery holds a lot of good pike (with rumours of a skull found estimated as being from a fish of about 40lb).
There are also lots of perch and pike.
Day tickets available, call 0131 663 3028
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0.75 miles of double bank fishing in the tidal reaches of the river Deveron from above the bridge at Banff. Check the tide times for the river fishes best three hours before and three hours after high tide.
The river Deveron estuary just a few yards from the North Sea
Permits from the Banff Tackle Shop, 14, Low St, Banff, call 01261 818404.
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Set up for the community by Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, the club has 7 miles of the Beauly including 10 named pools from Lovat Bridge to Wester Lovat. Visitor permits available for the river and the Firth only.
Day permits through Fish Pal or from Riverview House, Viewfield Avenue, Beauly, IV4 7BF (01463 783812).
Google Street View the river Beauly from Lovat Bridge
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The Association have several beats on the river fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. The salmon beats at Ninewells, Allanton, Bluestone, Edington Mill, Hutton Bridge and Clarabad Mill.
The BDAA Whiteadder below Allanton Bridge
Clarabad Mill farm house by mail from Robin Whitecross, Clarabad, Mill Farm, Paxton, Berwick upon Tweed, TD15 1TJ
Game Fair, Berwick on Tweed call 01289 305119
Mitchells Newsagents, Chirnside, 01890 818392
The Allanton Inn 01890 818260
R Welsh & Sons, Duns, 01361 883466.
Membership of the club is very reasonably priced, costs a little more than 5 day tickets, 5 visits and you are quids in
Contact The Secretary, Berwick on Tweed AC, 129, Etal RD, Tweedmouth, Berwick on Tweed.
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River Naver at the estuary for a mile and a quarter stretch for three rods daily, two fish limit, permits from Bettyhill General Store, call 01641 521207.
Google Street View River Naver at Bettyhill
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Blairgowrie and Rattray Dist AA have 5.5 miles of fishing ot the river Ericht for Salmon, Sea Trout, Brownies and Grayling. Offering day, week and season tickets. They also have Fingask Loch, a small loch on the Lunan Burn a mile from Blairgowrie with access for disabled persons, a wheely boat is available. You need to be a guest of a member to fish the loch though.
Permits for the river from local tackle shops, Kate Flemings 01250 873990 or James Crockart and Sons 01250 872056.
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This new club has some 18 miles of fishing on the the Border Esk and Liddle including beats at Canonbie, Langholm, Lower Liddle and Newcastleton fishing for salmon and sea trout on what was one of the best sea trout waters in the country. Remember the Border Esk is covered by English regulations so a rod licence as well as a fishing permit will be required.
Google Street View Border Esk Canonbie
Permits from the following:
Canonbie Post Office (half day closing Wednesday and Saturday) – 01387 371201
Stevenson & Johnstone, 28 High Street, Langholm – 01387 380248 (office hours)
Douglas Hotel, High Street, Langholm – 01387 381547
Cross Keys Hotel, Canonbie – 013873 71010
Eskdale Hotel, Langholm – 013873 81178
Copshaw Kitchen, Newcastleton – 013873 75250
Prices vary according to the beat,the Canonbie Beat being the highest price, Langholm and Lower Liddel beats next and Newcastleton the least expensive.
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Brechin AC now own or rent 12 miles of West Water including Dalhousie, Witton Estate, Lundie and Clochie fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. They also have fishing on the South Esk from Brechin Bridge to Kinnaird Dam for salmon, sea trout, brown trout and some finnock.
They also have Loch Saugh near Clatterin Bridge. The loch is about half a mile long, stocked with brown trout to about 1.5lbs.
Permits from the Fettercairn Shoppe, Laurencekirk; Angus Angling in Forfar; Newsplus, Edzell; The Wee Market Shop in Edzell.
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One of the oldest clubs established in 1874 BOWAC has fishing on the upper river Gryfe, some excellent trout water. All salmon and sea trout to be returned and only fin clipped stockies can be taken (1 per day).
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A limited number of permits are allowed on the Association water from the harbour to half a mile upstream, 5 named pools. March, May and September are the best months for salmon, May, July and August are the best months sea trout. Low water conditions suit this beat best.
Google Street View River Brora
Call 01408 633268 for more information.
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