RIVER DEVERON 

The River Deveron nestled between the famous Rivers Dee and Spey is one of Scotland’s best kept secrets and is renowned for its Salmon, Seatrout and Brown Trout fishing. The Deveron still holds the record fly caught salmon of 61lbs, caught by Mrs ‘Tiny’ Morrison in 1924. Further information can be found at www.deveronsalmonfishing.com. The Eden and Lower Inverichnie beats are only 4 miles from the mouth of the river and so benefit from fish coming off the tide

 

The Eden beat lies some 3 miles from Banff and only 9.5 miles from Turriff and is made up of 9 pools: King Edward, Carding Pot, Auchenbadie, Thieves Pot, Willows, Rodger, Croys, Piles and Brooms, stretching over roughly 1 mile of double bank fishing and 0.2 miles of single bank fishing. It is only 4.3 miles to the mouth of the river and so benefits from fish coming off the tide. Eden tends to fish better in higher water and has excellent retaining pools.

The fishing is extremely user friendly with easy access to the water and safe wading. The banks are all maintained and mown throughout the season making enjoyable walking from pool to pool. There is a boat provided to cross the river making it easy to fish off both banks and to access all the pools. It is also possible to wade across at two or three locations. There are benches scattered along the Deveron banks allowing for ease of changing a fly and all pools are accessible by car subject to ground conditions.

The main lodge is based about halfway along the beat, offering commanding views up and down the river. This beat and Lower Inverchnie rent very well together.

 

Lower Inverchnie is the lower half of the Inverchnie beat (which is the next River Deveron beat downstream from Eden) running from Upper Inverchnie and down to Montcoffer. It is a double banked stretch of river running approx. 365 metres and is single banked for an additional 90 metres. It is made up of three pools: The Avenue, The Grey Mare and The Grey Mares Tail. This stretch of river Deveron is better known for fishing in lower water.

Again, the fishing is extremely accessible with easy wading. The banks are all maintained and mown throughout the season making enjoyable walking from pool to pool and, again, benches are strategically placed.

Lower Inverchnie has a comfortable fishing hut on its banks, ideal for making a cup of tea or coffee. This beat and Eden rent very well together.

The fishing is let by the week through the season – with arrival and departure on the day of rest – but day fishing tickets are also available in the early part of the season on both beats, giving a great days sport on Sea Trout and Brown Trout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call our team of sporting professionals direct on +44 (0)1738 451 600 or make an enquiry through our contact form. Enquire
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Eden & Lower Inverichnie Fishings - Estate Info

 

RIVER DEVERON 

The River Deveron nestled between the famous Rivers Dee and Spey is one of Scotland’s best kept secrets and is renowned for its Salmon, Seatrout and Brown Trout fishing. The Deveron still holds the record fly caught salmon of 61lbs, caught by Mrs ‘Tiny’ Morrison in 1924. Further information can be found at www.deveronsalmonfishing.com. The Eden and Lower Inverichnie beats are only 4 miles from the mouth of the river and so benefit from fish coming off the tide

 

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