Fishing Pitlochry, Perth & Kinross including Loch Bhac, Loch Tummel, River Garry, Loch Kinadochy - Scottish Walks with Tony Connery

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Pitlochry Fishing


Scottish Fishing

Below we have information on Fishing in Pitlochry and surrounding areas including,
Loch Bhac, Loch Tummel, River Garry, Loch Kinadochy

 

Fishing Pitlochry - Scottish Walks.


Loch Bhac Loch Kinadochy
Permits may be bought online with the Pitlochry Angling Club or
over the counter at Scotland's Hotel and Spa, Pitlochry.
Permits may be bought online with the Pitlochry Angling Club or
over the counter at Scotland's Hotel and Spa, Pitlochry.


8 miles north west of Pitlochry, near the Queen's View. Rainbow trout and brown trout. Fishing is by fly only but both bank and boat fishing is possible. Bag limit of three  fish/angler, except where three anglers fish in a boat, when a two fish/angler bag limit applies. 10 ins. minimum size.


Lies 10 miles west of Pitlochry, near Tummel Bridge. Brown trout only. Boat and fly only. 10 fish maximum per boat, 10 in. minimum. Bag limit of three  fish/angler, except where three anglers fish in a boat, when a two fish/angler bag limit applies. 10 ins. minimum size.






River Tummel River Garry
Permits may be bought online with the Pitlochry Angling Club or
over the counter at Scotland's Hotel and Spa, Pitlochry.
the Information Centre, 22 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry
Tel        01796 472215


Two significant stretches of the River Tummel, for salmon fishing, one in the actual town of Pitlochry, the Portnacraig Pitlochry Beat and the other further downstream, the Lower Tummel Beat. The Lower Tummel Beat is only available for part of the year. Both are excellent, particularly for spring salmon fishing.


The River Garry, north of the Tummel, at the Pass Of Killiecrankie, has summer fishing for salmon and grilse from the east bank only.



 

 


 

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