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River Earn

Photo by John Gray

 

The River Earn taken at Templemill, Creiff, looking upstream.

The Earn season for salmon and sea trout runs from 1st February to 31st October.

 

The River Earn is commonly called a tributary of the Tay. This is perhaps a misconception. The only connection is that the Earn flows into the Tay Estuary well below the high tide mark. They are both very distinct rivers and are of quite different character. The Earn (unlike the Tay) is famous for its sea trout and salmon run later (hence season difference).

Kinkell Beat

Kinkell Beat
Salmon, good sea trout , brown trout and grayling fishing on over two miles (30 pools) of the middle River Earn. A really nice beat.

Kinkell Bridge by Auchterarder

Lochlane and Laggan Fishings

Lochlane and Laggan Fishings
Lochlane and Laggan fishings offer some of the very best fly fishing to be found on the River Earn.

Crieff

Crieff

Crieff Angling Club
Controls three beats on the River Earn: Upper Strowan, Braidhaugh, and Drummond Castle which together cover some 5 miles of the river, mostly both banks.

Crieff

TBA.

Comrie Angling Club
I would be grateful if you would change the contact (for Comrie Angling Club, River Earn) to Pat Silvey, Ruchil House, Barrack Road, Comrie, Perth, PH6 2EQ Tel 01764 679533 email pat@ruchil.co.uk

Comrie

Trinity Gask Fishing Syndicate

Trinity Gask Fishing Syndicate
Controls approximately 5 miles of excellent single bank Salmon & Sea Trout fishing on the River Earn near Auchterarder.

Trinity Gask

Dupplin

Dupplin Estate
Trout Fishing on the Forteviot/Average Beats and Grayling fishing on the Wester Cairnie Beat of the lower River Earn.

Close to A9

Moncrieffe Estate

Moncrieffe Estate
Salmon trout and sea trout fishing on the last non tidal beat of the River Earn. Exceptional value for money and well worth a try.

Bridge of Earn

 
 
 
 

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