Club Water – Downstream from the Lovat Bridge to Wester Lovat.
This section of the river is let to the Beauly Angling Club. The club was founded during the Second World War by the late Simon Fraser, the 15th Lord Lovat, and became known as the Beauly Angling Club in the mid-1980s.
There is around 7 miles of bank fishing with ten named pools.
Fishing on the inner half of the Beauly Firth is also included.
Day, week or season permits are available to non-members, please see their website for further details Click here
The Lower Beauly – from the Kilmorack dam to the Lovat Bridge
The Lower Beauly is regarded as the prime beat of the Beauly system, with around 60% of all salmon caught.
- 2 miles on both banks of the River.
- Three beats – Falls, Home and Downie.
- log-cabin style fishing hut on each beat.
- A ghillie on each beat.
Whilst the estate no longer owns the Lower Beauly, we do let a number of weeks throughout the season. If you are interested in taking a weekly let then please get in touch to check availability. Click here to be taken to Bidwells, who manage this section of river, for all other weeks.
The Middle River – from Kilmorack dam to Easter Main
Fishing on the Middle River is arranged through Donald Fraser at Morrisons Ironmongers, Beauly. If you are interested in taking a day on the Middle River then please click here
All shooting and stalking on the estate is let out.
As a minimum we insist all tenants are insured and suitably experienced to take on a sporting lease.
Deer returns must be submitted for all deer culled and we ask that all our tenants work to maintain a sustainable population of deer.
Whilst we currently do not have any lets available, updates will be posted below.