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Fishing seasons for Salmon and Sea Trout (migratory fish) and for Brown Trout are regulated by law. This is done to protect the fish while they are breeding and to give them some respite from angling pressure at times when they are likely to be out of condition. The exact closed time may vary from river to river as spawning time is dependant on local conditions.

There are no closed seasons for coarse fish and rainbow trout in Scotland, but advisory closed seasons are given by the Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory. Many waters remain open during the winter for pike and grayling fishing. Rainbow trout, being non-indiginous are deemed under law to be private property. Permission should therefore be sought from the land owner.

 

Water

Salmon Open

Salmon Close

Trout Open

Trout Close

Tay

Jan 15th

Oct 15th

Mar 14th

Oct 6th

Earn

Feb 1st

Oct 31st

North Esk

Feb 16th

Oct 31st

 

 

South Esk

Feb 16th

Oct 31st

 

 

         
 
 
 

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