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River Tay Beats from the junction with the Tummel to the junction with the Isla. From the Tummel down the Tay must be considered a large river. At the top, the river meanders through a broad strath, while closer to Dunkeld it is more confined. Some excellent beats can be found in this area and often at reasonable cost. Grilse fishing during the summer months is particularly favoured.



Logierait-Dunkeld

Dunkeld-Caputh

Caputh-Meikleour

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Lower Kinnaird River Braan Burnbane
Ballinluig Eastwood Baldaroch
Dalguise Newtyle Delvine
Dalmarnock Upper Murthly Upper Delvine
Dunkeld House Hotel Stenton Upper Kercock
Dunkeld National Trust Glendelvine Lower Kercock
Birnam & Dunkeld Lower Murthly Lower Delvine
    Meikleour

 

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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