There are more than a dozen beats on the river and all have good reputations. Unfortunately the better known ones are either let on a weekly basis to regular tenants or syndicated. Among these beats are Cambusmore - with 26 named pools, Lanrick Castle - 3.5 miles of fishing which includes the famous Weir Pool, Deanston Distillery Fishings and Doune Lodge. The lowest beat on the river is the Blue Banks Fishing where the river enters the Forth. Day permit fishing is available on the Town Water at Callander, Blair Drummond Estate - which has the Ardoch, Chapel, Horse Hole and McLaren Pools and the Blue Banks Fishery.
Some of the best fishing is below the confluence of the Teith downstream to Stirling. At this point the river is slow flowing and over 50 yds wide and best fished by spinning. Permits are available on the town water. Fishing is also available from Aberfoyle down to Gartmore Bridge and downstream of the bridge on the Gartmore Angling Club waters.
The East Lothian Tyne is an attractive and secluded river of approximately 30 miles in length, rising in the Moorfoot hills and flowing westwards into Belhaven. A very popular river for Trout and anglers as the river holds a good stock of Wild Brown trout and some specimen fish in the river. Seatrout also run the river during the summer months and also some Atlantic salmon as well. The local angling club has the majority of fishing rights on the river and tickets/permits can be bought through them via this website or their own website. See fishery pages for more info.
The Allan Water is a river in central Scotland. Rising in the Ochil Hills, it runs through Strathallan to Dunblane and Bridge of Allan before joining the River Forth. This river offers a variety of fishing
during the yea, but Brown trout and Atlantic salmon are the main species targeted with the seasons. The river also gets a good run of seatrout.
The local angling club has the majority of fishing rights on the river and tickets/permits can be bought through them via this website or their own website. See fishery pages for more info.