From the confluence of the River Affric/Tomic Burn the river becomes the Glass and its flow is enhanced by the River Cannich which joins the river one mile below the Fasnakyle Power Station at the village of Cannich. From Cannich the river flows through the scenic Strathglass for some 9 miles to Struy, where it is joined by the River Farrar downstream of the Struy road bridge. It is from this point that the river becomes the Beauly.
8 Miles of double bank fishing.
The Estate has 2 beats. (4 rods per beat) that rotate daily with the other 4 beats on the river.
The river has been very lighlty fished in the last few years.
A ghillie can be provided for a day but at extra cost.
A beautiful and scenic river located close to spectular Glen Affric.
This historic castle and estate are to be found to the west of Inverness, sitting centrally within its own 12,000 acres is a gem of an estate.
The river is fished in a four rod per beat rotation.
There are numerous pools, with glides, rapids, runs, etc.
These can be can be seen on the brochure link opposite.
The fishing starts in really in mid July and fishes well until the end of the season.
Accomodation Bookings are requested through the website link, and the fishing is per rod per day.
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For further information on this estate and fishing please contact
Tel 01573 470612