Early Fishing’s of Interest

13 Oct 2017

Murthly 2 timeshare- week 19 (late May)
12.6 fish y year average for the week. Cost £20,000. Superb late spring fishing.

June and July- Kincardine Lodge and Fishing, Upper Spey
Kincardine Fishing’s lie opposite Kinchurdy and are prime sea trout territory with a goodly sprinkling of salmon. The beat fishes 4 rods and the first salmon start to appear in April followed by ever increasing numbers of sea-trout through May, June and July. The beat has been lightly fished by friends and family in recent years but the catches of the opposite bank (which is slightly longer) give an indication of the potential. The Lodge is a charming 4 bedroom Scandinavian style property a stones throw from the water’s edge. June and July availability.

River Tay
With every year that passes the dividing lines of what is considered ‘prime’ become ever more indistinct. What we can say is that in the last 2-3 years there have probably been more silver fish showing in June, July and early August than in the later months of the season. Summerhill- what we think is the best lodge in the Tay valley has weeks with the Stobhall beat through July and Ballathie in June. 6 rods, you are always fishing and fresh fish running. Superb value.

River Laxford, Inver and Kirkaig, Brora, Kinlochewe, Hope, Kinloch, etc
July, August and September have long been considered the prime fishing months. It is getting harder and harder to actually predict when the runs of fish will arrive but June even May in some instances have been excellent in recent years. Take a chance look early, look north. Any fish you crack will be crackers and the scenery, as o teh pictured Laxford, is stunning.

We are looking at a host of other calendars so please do not hesitate to be in touch for advice, pointers or availability.

Tight lines!

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