Grantown Association

Location

Upper Spey



Summary

Five year average: 256 salmon/grilse
and 255 sea trout
6 miles double bank on River Spey
12 miles double bank on River Dulnain

Visitor permits are only available to persons temporarily residing in the Grantown-on-Spey, Cromdale, Duthil, Carrbridge, Dulnain Bridge and Nethybridge areas (proof of this may be required).
The Association does not supply lifevests.
PLEASE NOTE: Only persons in possession of a valid signed permit, obtained in person from Mortimers's Shop during normal opening hours.

Please purchase your tickets online but present at Mortimer's Shop prior to fishing to obtain SAIA permit.

As a conservation measure, the Association has banned the taking of ALL sea trout in September.

A discounted weekly permit is avialable directly from Mortimers Tackle Shop, or see this page for further details.


Description

Huts are available for use on most pools.
Ghillies are only available in arranged, in advance, through Mortimer's.


S.A.I.A. leases approximately 6 miles of double bank salmon and trout fishing on the river Spey with 12 miles of double bank on the river Dulnain. The Spey beats are Upper Castle Grant with approximately 2 miles of mouth watering fly fishing water from the New Bridge down to Slop Thomas and New Bridge to Broomhill Bridge.

It is no idle boast that we believe our angling club water is probably the best in Britain. It is the quality of the environment up here in the Scottish Highlands that combines with the fishing to create an exceptional experience. There are stunning views of the Cairngorm Mountains from Dulnain Mouth, park like vistas upstream from Tarric Mor, the majestic, classic highland river tumbling through Clach na Strone down to Big Stream then under Grantown-on-Spey Old Bridge into the Lurg (the Lurig), the Long Pool and finally to Slop Thomas. Each pool and run a class act, water to get your pulse pumping

Our claim is not unfounded, being supported by the word of anglers who travel to Grantown from all corners of the world. Visitors recognise that a fishing permit for our Association water is just the ticket, representing a real chance to encounter a Spey salmon in a little bit of heaven, at a price that does not break the bank.

What a place to fish while you watch the osprey swoop, the otter slink and kingfishers dart in the sparkling waters of the Spey. Then the rod bends, the reel screams and you forget everything as you join battle with Salmon the Leaper, King of Fish!

Discover Speyside magic for yourself, take a pictorial tour of the river to view the Spey in all seasons, whether basking in sunshine or blanketed in winter snow. I bet it will tempt you.



Scotland/Spey Beat


Catch Statistics

Salmon & Grilse
Year'12'13'14'15'16Average'17
February000000.00
March015222.02
April16141271112.012
May385637875554.622
June457327777559.439
July66339453337.234
August612255303640.820
September705530662749.675
Total296254175314239255.6204

Sea Trout
Year'12'13'14'15'16Average'17
February000000.00
March000231.00
April310522.29
May21911501320.825
June6368911367286.0123
July817765824870.673
August6212177152057.217
September251816171217.655
Total255185360307170255.4302

Book Fishing Days

No days available online through us at this moment. There may be some later, at which point a booking link will appear here. To be automatically emailed when rods are added, please go to our rod alert page


To Purchase

7 day Inclusive Permit. - £215

More information

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Contact Details

When purchasing online, please call into the Mortimers Tackle Shop prior to fishing. To recieve the permit for the salmon fishing.

Mortimer's Tackle Shop
3 High Street
Grantown-on-Spey
Tel: 01479 872684
Fax: 01479 872211