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Pitlochrie Fishing Beat (New Stanley)

 
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 Location Map 

River Tay

Beat No. 100 (Previously called Upper Scone)
NO 125 330 - NO 105 312 (East Bank)

The Pools

Pitlochrie pool

Dyke side

Kirkie Stream

The Wash House

Cawnpore

Minister

Woodside

Horsey

Tar Tank


   
 

Salmon Fishing

Stanley Fishings - General

The beats are situated about 4 to 6 miles from the top reaches of tidal water. The beats especially Catholes, Pitlochrie and Benchil are amongst the most famous Spring fishing beats on the Tay plus they offer excellent autumn fishing in medium to low water conditions.Luncarty offers good high water Fishing. The Stanley fishings consist of 4 beats Luncarty, Benchil, Pitlochrie and Catholes.

Pitlochrie

Has 9 named pools including the world famous Pitlochrie pool and others including, Dyke side, Kirkie Stream, The Wash House, Cawnpore, Minister, Woodside, Horsey and the Tar Tank.
This beat offers good bank fishing in all heights of water for fly fishing and spinning. It is also excellent for harling from the 2 boats provided. It fishes 6 Rods and has a hut situated overlooking the Wash house.

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Contact

Bob White

Benchil View

Perth road

Stanley

PH1 4PW

 

stanley.fishings@ukonline.co.uk

Tel. 01738 827550 Stanley fishings

Mobile 07979528134



Trout & Coarse Fishing

Trout fishing on this beat is administered by Perth & District AA. Eight permits are available. £1/day for adults, 50p for juniors, weekly permits cost £5 and £2.50. Fly only with a maximum hook size 10 except during spate conditions when bait fishing using a conventional fly rod reel and line is permitted, No bag limit. All trout under 9" to be returned. Fishing from 1 hour before sunrise to 1 hour after sunset. Sunday fishing is allowed. No night fishing. Large parties by prior arrangement with the association. Coarse and grayling permits available only during trout season.

Permits from:

PD Malloch - Perth

 

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