Fishing on the River Tay
The River Tay is internationally renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing. It is one of the best salmon rivers in the United Kingdom, indeed in the European Union.
Anglers come to central Scotland from all over the world to fish the Tay and its excellent tributaries the Earn, Isla, Ericht, Tummel, Garry, Dochart, Lyon and Eden.
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More on the Tay
The Tay is the home of record fish including the largest ever rod caught salmon in Britain which was caught by Miss Georgina Ballantine in 1922, weighing 64lbs, and which remains the British Record.
The extensive river system comprises many smaller tributaries which are also excellent salmon fisheries and include the Earn, Isla, Ericht, Tummel, Garry, Dochart, Lyon and Eden.
Amid the splendid scenery of Perthshire, one of Scotland's most beautiful and enchanting regions, you will also find huge highland lochs like Rannoch, Tay and Ericht, many smaller hill lochs and a number of reservoirs and still waters.
Upper Farleyer, between Aberfeldy and Kenmore
Spring salmon fishing on the Tay at Islamouth (Meikleour)