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Top Salmon & Sea Trout Fishing Spots in North Inverness


River Beauly System Category: 3
The main stem of the River Beauly comprises the 5 miles of river that form the Lower Beauly Fishings directly upstream of the Lovat Bridge on the A862, the Upper Beauly fishings running from the confluence of the rivers Glass and Farrar for about 2.5 miles downstream, and between them the Middle Beauly, a slow moving section of river and gorges dominated by two hydro-electric power stations and their associated dams.

Fortunately the dams are limited obstacles to migrating salmon, as both include Borland fish lifts, so the salmon can easily reach the Upper Beauly, Glass and Farrar, though the two main tributaries that extend to Glen Affric and Glen Cannich and to Glen Strathfarrar respectively must be considered as summer rivers.

Main Season: Apr 1st-Sep 30th
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Lower Beauly Fishings

Beauly Angling Club - Estuary Beat
Beauly A.C. have salmon fishing on the River Beauly for around 2 miles downstream from Lovat Bridge; 10 named pools. There is also sea trout fishing available on the inner half of the Beauly Firth.

Permits from £20/day from Graham’s, tackle shop, Inverness. Tel: 01463 233178, or book online with FishPal.

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Culligran, River Farrar
Culligran offers 5 miles of double bank fishing below the Loch Beannacharan Hydro Dam. There are three rotating beats. 

Permits £40-70/day from Culligran Estate. Tel: 01463 761285

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