Aberfeldy Angling Club offers Brown Trout and Grayling fishing on a number of beats from Aberfeldy to Grandtully, visitor permits are available. During the winter months the club also manages the Grayling and Coarse fishing from Bolfracks, Aberfeldy and Grandtully, right bank. The club also has salmon fishing , on the Town Water, Aberfeldy. Permits are on sale at Wades New Agent, Aberfeldy. Trout, Coarse and Grayling fishing is available on the following beats, trout permits are charged at £5.00 per day on Bolfracks,Aberfeldy Town, Derculich, Cloichfoldich, Findynate, Derculich South, Pitcastle, Haugh of Grandtully, Sketewan, and Ballintaggart.
In addition to the above, Aberfeldy Angling Club manages the Grayling and Coarse fishing out of the trout fishing season from Bolfracks to Grandtully. from 7th October to 14th March. One permit covers the following beats during the winter months. At this time of year anglers are especially requested to keep clear of spawning redds and to follow the guidelines set by the Grayling Society. Beats of the River Tay are as follows Bolfracks Town Water, Lagg, Grandtully, Tombuie, Derculich, Cloichfoldich, Findaynate, Haugh of Grandtully Sketwan and Ballingtaggart.
Permits available from: Wades Newsagents, Bank Street, Aberfeldy PH15 2BB t. 01887 820397
Club T&C: Aberfeldy Angling Club has a wide selection of waters available (listed above). Many are restricted to fly only although some allow any legal method. Typically there is a 4 trout bag limit and trout under 12″ must be returned unharmed. Fishing is usually dawn to dusk, and is permitted on Sundays. There are restrictions on the numbers of rods for each beat. Check permits for more details of terms and conditions.
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