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 Perth Town Water 

River Tay

Also called Perth Town water
(Mostly South Bank with 2 pools on the North Bank)

 

The Pools


Burnmouth
Peninusla


North Inch


Friarton Island

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South Inch

Upper Harbour

Millhurst Insherrit

Lower Harbour

Weal of the West

Little Weal

Friarton Hole

Friarton

Bells Point

Friarton Sands

Ships (North Bank)

Stock Green (North Bank)

Balhepburn

 

Trout and Coarse Fishing

Trout fishing on this beat is administered by Perth and Kinross Council. No permit is required.

 

Salmon and Sea Trout Fishing

Salmon and sea tout fishing on this beat is administered by Perth and Kinross Council. Permits offer exceptional value for money on some of the lowest beats on the river. It is big water and a good cast is often required. In the right water conditions fishing can be exceptional as salmon will hold here before running the river. Such large numbers can accummulate that fishing can sometimes be suspended.

Date

Day Tickets

15th January to end June

£10

July to 15th October

£15



Visitors Permits can be obtained from:

 

Leisure & Cultural Services
Perth & Kinross Council
Kinnoul Street
Perth
PH1 5JS

Tel. 01738 475 211
Tel. 01738 475 212
Fax.01738 475 210
mcrerar@pkc.gov.uk


Permits may be booked in advance.


Residents of the City of Perth may apply to the above address for Residents Permits.

Rules

  • No Sunday Fishing for migratory fish.

  • The permit must be displayed on outer clothing.

  • Anglers using Moncrieffe Island must keep to the paths and not tresspass on the Golf Course.

  • Fishing on Moncrieffe Island is prohibited from one hour after sunset to sunrise.

  • Fishing by fly only (total floating lines with unweighted flies) using hooks no larger than double size 6 is permitted on that part of Moncrieffe Island fishings opposite the Lower Harbour as signposted.

  • Anglers must complete catch returns.

  • No person shall fish on foot or from a boat for more than 10 minutes on any one stance if any other person is waiting.

  • Fishing is prohibited over the stretch from the Railway Bridge southwards to the former Burgh Boundary from one hour after sunset to sunrise from the end of July to the end of the season.

  • Anglers are restricted to catching two salmon per day per person.

  • Prawns and shrimps are not permitted.


For a full listing of the rules please refer to the permit issued.


See also the beat map and the Perth & Kinross Council web site

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