Castle Grant River Spey
Castle Grant Fishing's 2024
I am delighted to have acquired some genuinely nice fishing on 2 of the Castle Grant beats in 2023.
For spring fishing, I hope to have 6 rods on Number 2 Beat the 8th – 10th April and for summer fishing 4 rods on Number 3 Beat on the 20th - 22nd June.
Please contact me for any of those dates
Castle Grant Number 2 Beat is one of the finest spring fishing beats on the river. The mix of 10 exceptionally good pools provide anglers with so much variation and lots of room.
I will host the 3 days and will be on hand to provide everyone with some good coaching on both casting and fishing. This is one of the best spring beats on the river where, given decent conditions, I am sure will produce a few fish.
Accommodation can be easily found in the nearby town of Grantown which is 10 minutes drive for the beats.
The Fishing huts have flushing toilets, good gas cooking facilities and a rod room.
Access to both the beat and once you are there, the pools, is first class. For anyone looking to fish the Spey and have a fantastic experience on the river this spring, I would highly recommend this fishing.
The beat has a full time ghillie who will also be on hand to help people and point them in the right direction. I for one am really looking forward to those 3 days.
Anyone wishing to join me or would like further information please get in touch using the contact below.
Castle Grant Number 3 Beat - Is one of the finest summer fishing beats on the river. The main reason for this is it has one of the most famous pools on the river too. Pollwick is a fantastic deep pool and holds many fish during low water in the summertime. The fish move into the neck and drop back into the tail of the pool in the evening making for some of the most exciting fishing for both salmon and sea trout in Scotland. The beat is a 5 rod beat but in June we will fish it with only four.
The reason for this is that it provides those fishing with a much better chance of catching a fish or two and no matter how low the river goes, we will always have enough space for all rods.
The beat has a great fulltime Ghillie, Simon Crozier. Simon is one of the most experienced and best on the river. Anyone taking a rod here at this time will have a fun time. The beat also has particularly good access to all pools.
This fishing is going to be sold on a first come first serve basis with whoever taking the rods this year being offered next.
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