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Dairy House Fishery Home Beat
Idyllic Chalkstream fishing in the heart of Hardy country. So perfect you'll want to keep it to yourself...
Dalguise Salmon Fishings is a prime water situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. The beat is set amongst spectacular scenery and boasts a wide array of both plant and wildlife on its riverbanks.
Dalmarnock is one of the largest beats on the Tay, almost 3 miles of double bank fishing, 15 named pools. Excellent disabled access plus driveable access to almost all the beat 2 ghillies, large fishing hut with wood burner, WC, inside and outside dining.
Located between the New Forest & Cranborne Chase in Hampshire's Western Downlands, this secluded & picturesque chalk stream valley sites Damerham in one of the most unspoilt areas of Southern England.
A golden opportunity to fish one of the finest Salmon and Sea-trout rivers in Wales, set in peaceful, tranquill countryside with a wealth of history and a haven for wildlife. Yet convenient an easily reached by road, rail or public transport.
This beat is part of the Westcountry Angling Passport Token Fishery, formally known as Angling 2000, which has been offering wild fishing on some of...
Delagyle Fishings, River Spey
Delagyle is very attractive and secluded; it has its own Lodge, built in 1991, and a five year average of some 161 salmon/grilse and 35 sea trout. The beat extends to approx 1.5 miles of single (right) bank and provides fishing for 4 rods.
Mid river Tay, at Caputh, between Kercock & Murthly. 2miles left bank,1 1/2miles right bank. Bank and Boat fishing available. This beat has been lightly fished in the last few season and comes with a good mixture of fly water and spinning. SAT N
The Doonfoot Fishings beat is the most productive beat on the Doon. We only fish 4 rods in July and 6 in August thru October. Being the first beat in from the sea our fish tend to be sea-liced and you can often see them coming in on the high tide.
A Westcountry Angling Passport Token Fishery beat. 1.6 km of mixed double and single bank. The Carey is a productive tributary of the Tamar and this beat has produced brown trout to 1lb and grayling to around 10â.
Drumgrange and Keirs Fishing Club
Drumgrange and Keirs Fishing Club offers both Day and Season rods to fish for Salmon and Wild Brown Trout on the River Doon, one of the finest rivers in South West Scotland.
A Westcountry Angling Passport Token Fishery beat. 2200m of right hand single bank. A classic open section of the middle Tamar, just a couple of minutes drive upstream from the popular Ham Mill beat.
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