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Taymouth AC Waters

Taymouth Angling Club was established in 1997 to provide trout fishing to residents of Kenmore as well as to visitors. The club has two and a half miles of the River Tay begining at the Kenmore Bridge and including the Kenmore and Castle Beats. Fishing on the Point Beat is reserved for Full Members. Fishing is typical of a highland river. Trout are around the pound mark and can be prolific. There are some better specimens in the more inaccessible places.

 

Club Rules

A maximum of 20 rods is allowed in total. No more than 2 anglers should fish any pool at one time. Fishing is strictly by fly only using a conventional fly rod and line. No more than 4lb test line should be used and a maximum of 3 flies. Note that the water here is very clear, so test strengths of 2lb are recommended. In the summer months small flies are best. Barbless hooks are requested.

 

Residents

Anyone who lives within 5 miles of the Kenmore Post Office can become a Full Member. It costs £5 per annum with a £10 first time joining fee.

 

Non-Residents

Visitors may obtain day tickets from the Kenmore Post Office which is open seven days a week. Visitors weekly permits are also available from the Post Office at £25. Visitors may also apply to the Secretary for Associate Membership the cost of which is £60 per annum with £10 joining fee. Application forms can be obtained from the Post Office or by writing to:

The Secretary
Taymouth Angling Club
2 The Square
Kenmore
PH15 2HH

 

Terms & Conditions

Period

Adult

Junior*

Senior Citizen &Disabled*

Daily

£5

£2.00

£2.00

Weekly

£25

NA.

NA

Monthly

NA

NA

NA

Annual (residents)

£5

£2.50

£2.50

Annual (non-residents)

£60

£10

£10

*Note that Senior Citizens, Juniors and the Disabled may fish the Hotel Pool using any method.

 

Disabled, Senior Citizens and Juniors (under 14)

The above will be issued with a FREE annual membership for fishing (any method) on the Hotel Pool. Application should be made to the Post Office or Secretary. All other permits are available at half price.

 

Coarse Fishing

The fishery is primarily concerned with trout, however there are a very few pike present and some eels. There are no grayling in the water. Coarse fishing permits can be obtained from the Secretary.

 

Complaints

Should you have any complaints about the way this club operates you are invited to write to the Tay Liaison Committee or SANA.

 

Fishing Parties and Advance Bookings

Advance bookings through the secretary

 

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