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Fishing Beats of the Lower Tay

 
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Photograph courtesy Finlayson Hughes

The River Tay below the junction with the Isla is by anyone's standards a big river. Even a good caster has no chance of reaching the opposite bank. Many of the famous beats are to be found in the lower reaches. All the salmon which enter the system have to pass the rods, so your chances are improved. Needless to say it can be more expensive and can be difficult to obtain in peak season. Many regular rods book beats well in advance so check availability. The Tay Foundation has now bought out virtually all the nets on the system so fishing is expected to improve over coming years.

     

Meikleour-Stanley

Stanley-Perth

Perth-Firth of Tay

Map Map Map
         
Meikleour Benchil (New Stanley) Muirtons
Islamouth Pitlochrie (New Stanley) Rome Croy
Ballathie Upper Redgorton Stanners & Willowgate
Cargill Luncarty City of Perth
Stobhall Redgorton
Taymount Lower Redgorton
Burnmouth Almondmouth
Campsie Lower Scone
Catholes

Including:

Stanley Fishponds
Knowesbank
Waulkmill
Goldcastle
 
 


See also beats on the following rivers:

Upper Tay Lochay Braan

North Esk

Middle Tay Dochart Almond

South Esk

Lower Tay Fillan

Earn

Tilt

Blackwater

Ardle

Ericht

Lyon

Tummel

Garry

Isla

 


 
 
 

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