Auction Catalogue - Fishing
***DEFERRED to 2021 Season*** A week’s permit for 1 rod on the Town Waters of the River Ness. The beat passes through the centre of the Scottish Highland capital, Inverness and is primarily a salmon fishery best fished with fly although spinning is allowed. The season is from 1 February to 15 October with July to October being the best months. 2021 season.
***DEFERRED to 2021 Season*** A week’s permit for 1 rod on the Town Waters of the River Ness. The beat passes through the centre of the Scottish Highland capital, Inverness and is primarily a salmon fishery best fished with fly although spinning is allowed. The season is from 1 February to 15 October with July to October being the best months. 2020 season.
Two freshwater fishing (non-migratory) season permits for the United Clyde Angling Protective Association for the year 2020 (valid to 14 March 2021). The permit gives access to the extensive waters of the Association on the Clyde from Motherwell to the Daer Reservoir near Moffat. The Upper Clyde has a reputation for excellent trout fishing with specimens of 3-9lb. The winning bidder will be met by a Director of the Association and taken to the most appropriate locations for their style of brown trout river fishing, taking the weather and river conditions into consideration. The value of the services of an experienced Clyde angler who is on the water almost on a daily basis is incalculable!
Two days for 2 rods fishing for specimen grayling on the middle River Tweed and tributaries near Melrose, guided by Tweed Trout & Grayling Initiative biologist, Kenny Galt. The River Tweed is well-known for large grayling (2lb common and 3lb-ers caught each season). Through his work with grayling and top Tweed grayling anglers, Kenny can lead you to the places most likely to produce large fish and show you the methods that catch them. Best September or December 2020, January or February 2021.
Two days for 2 rods brown trout fishing on the River Tweed guided by Tweed Trout & Grayling Initiative biologist, Kenny Galt. Tweed fly life demonstration included if desired. The Tweed is well-known for its brown trout with fish up to 4lb or 5lb caught regularly. Kenny, a hugely knowledgeable and entertaining guide, will lead you to some of the most scenic and ‘fishy’ stretches of the River Tweed and will bring along a selection of the flies used regularly by top anglers on the river. Date by arrangement, 2020. Best early season.
Two days for 2 rods trout fishing on Loch Migdale near Bonar Bridge, Sutherland. The 253-acre loch is just above sea level and surrounded by forest. It is fairly shallow and starts to fish well from March (much earlier than the hill lochs). Trout average ¾lb but better fish are fairly common and there is usually a handful of specimen fish caught each season, the best in recent years weighing in at over 7lb. Boat included but bank fishing can also be very productive. 2020 season by arrangement.
Two days for 2 rods fishing for salmon or trout. The Club’s waters are on the River Don in Aberdeenshire, from the Ton Burn to Kemnay Bridge. The River Don has a reputation for big wild brown trout. All salmon must be returned. An introduction to the water by a club member is included, subject to availability. 2020 season.
Two 2020 season tickets (adult) for the Newmilns & Greenholm Angling Club waters on the River Irvine in Ayrshire. The club has approximately 2 miles of river where members may fish for wild brown trout, sea trout and salmon.
A half-day of guided fly fishing and/or coaching for 2 rods in or around the beautiful wilderness of Assynt with Stewart Yates of Assynt Fly Fishing, who has over 40 years of experience fishing and exploring the hundreds of lochs, lochans, rivers, streams and the coastline of this idyllic fly fisher’s paradise in the North West Highlands. With this extensive local knowledge he will get you straight onto the type of fishing of your choice with the best chance of success. His local insight and passion for his home area will keep you entertained in the highly unlikely event of the fishing being a little slow! Valid for the 2020 season only. Advance notice will enable the winning bidders to book their date of choice, Stewart takes many bookings over six months in advance. Further fishing may be booked at additional cost.
An annual trout & grayling permit to fish 5 miles of the River Tummel (large tributary of the Tay) between Pitlochry and Ballinluig, Central Highlands, Perthshire. Magnificent scenery and potentially huge trout. The permit covers a year’s fishing, 2020 starting date to be chosen by the winning bidder.