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Newsletter - November 2016

This month's newsletter is dedicated to the River Dee Trust Auction. Click on any of the links to go straight to the auction. Registration is simple and bidding is easy!!

The Trust carries out practical restoration projects on the River Dee to improve the River for fish and wildlife, such as opening up habitat for salmon and controlling invasive non-native plant species.

The Trust also delivers an educational programme, IntroDee, within the catchment. In 2016 we worked with 500 school children who enjoyed classroom activities, river bank visits and fishing.

To fund these activities, the Trust is holding an online auction and will use the proceeds to help us to continue to deliver our key projects. We hope you find something to tempt you and thank you for supporting the River Dee.

If you require any further information, please contact the River Dee office on 01339 880411 or by email at info@riverdee.org

Tight lines
Ross Macdonald
01339 880411 ross@riverdee.org




- River Dee Trust Auction -



Her Majesty's Pony Stud

The River Dee Trust online auction is live throughout November.

Bid now! on our exciting range of lots.

Private Tour of Her Majesty's Pony Stud at Balmoral


LTS Explosive

One of the hottest rods on the market just now the LTS Explosive


Will & Al Peake

An evening of casting instruction and fishing with Al & Will Peake

Fishing lots



Into a Dee springer

We have plenty fishing on the river as well. Get your bid for a cast at:

Park

Lower Crathes and West Durris

Invery & Tilquhillie

Lower Blackhall & Kinneskie

Cairnton

Craigendinnie

Headinch & Cambus O May

Monaltrie and Lower Invercauld


Fish on at Craigendinnie

Stalking on Glenmuick Estate


Trips to Orkney and Shetland courtesy of North Link Ferries

A bespoke handmade kilt from Loreena Burns



A cycling shirt, signed by Sir Chris Hoy


Fly tying lessons, with Mr Franc N Snaelda himself, Sean Stanton.


Local Angler Craig Fleming's Kitchen Sink pattern has caught the imagination in recent seasons.

A casting lesson with Birse ghillie and AAPGAI Master Instructor, Graeme Simpson

One of the best pair of fly tying scissors on the market today.

Dinner for 8 at Banchory Lodge Hotel


Dinner B&B at the Tor Na Collie

A Land Rover Safari to the headwaters of the Callater with Invercauld Estate

A beautiful silver pendant and cufflinks, courtesy of Lava Jewellry