2 miles left bank fishing, 1 mile right bank.
There is no ghillie provided with this beat.
Edradynate and Upper Grandtully water is one of the best known beats on the Upper Tay. The beat consists of 1 mile single (left) bank fishing plus one mile double bank fishing.
The beat contains the legendary Church Pool, a long deep holding pool, perhaps the best on the Upper Tay and long famed for producing monsters.
The beat contains a mixture of strong flowing pools like the Church Pool and some faster streams. Both fly and spinner are probably required to get the best out of the beat, especially with higher water, but there are some excellent runs for the fly.
Fish can be expected on this beat at any time of the year. It holds spring salmon right from the start of the season but at that time probably benefits from a lower water.
In summer the grilse arrive, often bars of silver straight from the sea. Then with autumn spates autumn fish push up from lower down the river.
The river is mostly easily covered from the bank or by wading but a boat and ghillie is required .
A fishing hut is provided for the use of salmon anglers. A boat can be used but only when an experienced ghillie is employed. The service of a ghillie can be obtained via the angling club, but at an additional cost. This arrangement should be made well in advance of your fishing date.
Fishing can be booked with FishPal through their web site, but the club secretary should be contacted the day before arrival to obtain the necessary further information.
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Aberfeldy Angling Club
PO Box 200 Aberfeldy
Tel 01887 829512