Holidays in Glenlivet

Visitor Guide

Fishing

 

Fishing

 in Glenlivet and the Cairngorms, Aberdeenshire, Grampian,

Moray, Nairn and Inverness-shire

 

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We have included links to many other websites.  We shall eventually get round to informing all of these about our links, but if we haven't yet been in touch and you would prefer us to remove the link to your site, then please let us know.

On the assumption that really serious fishermen will already know where to look for information, we have listed only a few modestly priced fishing opportunities in addition to those already mentioned in the section on Adventure Parks and Activity Centres

There are a number of excellent websites to consult if you are looking for more fishing opportunities.

Fishing The Fly has a lot of information about trout fishing in Aberdeenshire

Trout and Salmon Fishing in Scotland gives information about trout and salmon fishing throughout Scotland

Fish Pal Webpage for Scotland gives information about all types of fishing in Scotland

Fish Spey is a section of the Fish Pal website covering the Spey and Avon

Spey Caster covers the Dee and Findhorn as well as the Spey and Avon

Strathspey Angling Improvement Association offers daily and weekly permits for stretches of the Spey and Dulnain near Grantown

If you know of any other good websites please let me know.

 

Visit Scotland have a free brochure entitled “Fish in Scotland” which can be ordered through their website Visit Scotland Webpage for Fishing

Sea angling is available from some boat operators – see the section on Boat Trips.

 

 

River Livet

The local Community Association issues visitor permits for the River Livet.  These are usually available from the shops at Tomnavoulin and Ballindalloch.

 

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Aberlour Angling Association

Aberlour Angling Association Website

Fishing on a mile and a half single bank of the River Spey

Contact 01340 871428

 

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Craggan Fishery  (Grantown on Spey)

Craggan Fishery Website

Three ponds stocked with Brown and Rainbow Trout

Contact 01479 873283

 

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Abernethy Angling Association

Abernethy Angling Association Website

Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout fishing on the River Spey

 

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Lochindorb

Logie Estate Webpage for Lochindorb

This is a wild spot with one of the Wolf of Badenoch’s castles in the middle of the loch.  Boats available for hire.

 

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Loch Insch Trout Fishery

Loch Insch Trout Fishery Website

Contact 01464 841301

 

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Rothes Glen

Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery Website

A series of lochs covering 6 acres of water providing Stillwater bank fishing for Rainbow trout, as well as for Browns, Blue rainbows and Brook trout.

Contact 01340 831888 or 07967 466973

 

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Forres Angling Association

Forres Angling Association Website

4 Miles of Double Bank Fishing on the River Findhorn

Contact Ken Walker or Sandy McCulloch at The Forres Tackle Shop  01309 672936

 

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Fochabers Angling Association

Fochabers Angling Association Website

1.3 miles on both banks of the Spey – limited number of visitor permits available so book well in advance

Contact – see website for current contact details

 

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Loch of Blairs (near Forres)

Moray Council Webpage for Loch of Blairs

Fishery operated by Moray Council - Rainbow and Brown Trout

Permits available from The Fishing Tackle Shop, 79D High Street, Forres.  Contact 01309 672936

 

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Glenlatterach Reservoir (south of Elgin)

Moray Council Webpage for Glenlatterach

Fishery operated by Moray Council - Brown Trout

Permits available from The Warden at Millbuies Loch

Contact 01343 860234

 

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Millbuies Loch (south of Elgin)

Moray Council Webpage for Millbuies Loch

Fishery operated by Moray Council - Brown Trout

Permits available from The Warden at Millbuies Loch

Contact 01343 860234

 

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