The River Spey Anglers Association (RSAA) is a voluntary organisation led by anglers on behalf of anglers and enjoys a membership spread throughout the UK who care passionately about Salmon and The River Spey. We facilitate and encourage participation of the whole community in the sport of angling and to protect, improve and maintain fish stocks, fishing and fisheries on …

The river Deveron is situated in North East Scotland within the counties of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire and has an overall catchment area of 1266 km² and a length of 96kms (61 miles). The Deveron is a prolific salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishery and holds the record for the heaviest fly caught salmon in the United Kingdom. The Boards …

Delgatie Castle Trout Fishery offers fly fishing from boat or bank; set in the tranquil grounds of Delgatie Castle. The loch covers 4 acres and is well stocked with Rainbow Trout, which range from 1.8lb to well into double figures. There is also a good head of wild Brown Trout.   Address: Telephone: Website: Email:

Perhaps one of the first dedicated fly casting schools situated on one of Scotland prime salmon rivers. There is a collective team of certified casting instructors that are available to offer fly casting tuition for anglers of all abilities. Situated at the TwinPeakes Flyfishing store at the Milton of Crathes, the casting school benefits from a large dedicated area for …

The Dee is renowned as one of the great salmon rivers of the world. Anyone who has ever cast a fly for Atlantic salmon will know the allure of this wonderful river. The character of the river makes it ideal for fly fishing. It’s fast-flowing, crystal clear waters are home to a succession of salmon pools that provide the angler …

Loch Insch Fishery one of Scotland’s premier stillwaters, with three lochs over 11 acres and 1.6 miles of bank offers anglers the opportunity to fish for specimen rainbow, blue and brown trout up to 20lb. There is a well-equipped fishing lodge, LOOP Tackle Field Centre and caravan park. Instruction is also available and the fishery is particularly welcome’s  youngsters and …

We have 4 lochs, three that are fly only and a bait pond for children or beginners. Raemoir is a beautifully natural looking fishery that was sympathetically constructed to blend in with the adjacent countryside and to respect the wildlife. The lochs have a prolific natural food source to keep the fish in excellent fighting condition. There are large populations of sticklebacks, corixa, shrimp, …

Alford Angling Association manages two beautiful beats on the middle/upper River Don at Haughton and Alford Waterside. The Association offers over two miles of excellent fishing on the River Don with 10 named pools. Waterside comprise 1.1 miles left bank and Haughton 1.1 miles right bank and produce salmon from February to the end of October. There is also some …

The Don is a unique river. It has a reputable standing with the angling fraternity, not only for salmon and sea trout but also as one of the finest wild brown trout rivers in Scotland, if not Europe. Trout fishing is readily available on most beats throughout the season. Anglers visit the Don from destinations throughout the UK and abroad, …

Stonehaven is also located between the mouths of the River Cowie and River Carron, both being summer/autumn spate streams with runs of migratory fish – mainly seatrout with some grilse and salmon. These start to gather in Stonehaven Bay from around June onwards when some fine sport can be enjoyed by fly fishing or spinning from the foreshore, where the …