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Moncrieffe Estate Fishing in Perthshire

 
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Salmon trout and sea trout fishing on approximately 2 miles the River Earn. Fishing is from the north bank only. The beat extends from the eastern march of Wallacetown Farm to the western march of Gateside Farm. See Map. This is the lowest of the non tidal beats of the River Earn. It lies just above the mean high water springs. Access is easy with the M90 and the A912 crossing the beat.

Could this be the best value fishing on the Tay system? Being a lower beat some of it can be a little sluggish, but there is a really nice weir just below the bridge which has just got to produce fish. And being close to the tides you just know that fish have got to be coming in and out. Could be well worth keeping an eye on the tide time tables. If these combine with a clearing spate this could be the spot to be.

Be advised that below the weir is definitely tidal so treat with caution.

No Sunday fishing. No Shrimp or Prawn. No Dogs. No Fires. Only one rod to be used at any time. Fishing is from dawn to dusk.

Permits are available from:

George Simpson
Brig Store and Paper Shop
Bridge of Earn

Tel. 01738 812750

Prices

 

Full Season Ticket
1st Feb - 31st Oct

Half Season Ticket
1st Aug - 31st Oct

Day

Adult

£45

£25

£4.75

Child/OAP

£25

£17

£2.75

 

 

Moncrieffe Estate salmon trout and sea trout fishing

Nice weir

 
 
 

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