Glencalvie conditions

FishPal conditions

Bookings made through FishPal's help desk or on line booking system are subject to FishPal's standard conditions. If you haven't already read these, you can see them here

Fishery conditions

C & R policy must be adhered to and all fishermen to sign the bio-security declaration form before commencing fishing


The River Carron is a spate river rising on the West Coast by Ullapool and its catch is therefore dependant to a certain degree on the weather conditions - its 5 year average is just short of 1,000 salmon and grilse. We adhere to the Unified Conservation Policy of the Kyle of Sutherland and aim to return all fish up to the 15th June and thereafter may keep their second fish of less that 65cm per rod. Last year the Carron returned 96% of the catch and Any bleeding fish is the property of the estate. For more information about the



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Kyleofsutherland conditions

Kyle of Sutherland District Salmon Fishery Board
Conservation policy

By law, in Scotland, it is now illegal to retain Salmon caught before 1st April.

All salmon must be returned before this date, including fatally damaged fish.

Salmon
Aim to achieve:
 A 100% release rate, catchment wide, over the season.
 Definition; fish 65 cm (approximately 7 lbs) and over, measuring from the nose to
the fork of the tail.

Grilse
Aim to achieve:
All fish released before 15th June.
A minimum of 80% release rate, catchment wide, over the season.

Sea Trout
Aim to achieve:
All fish released before the 15th of June.
All fish 50 cm (approximately 3 lbs) and over, measuring from the nose to the fork of
the tail released.
A minimum of 80% release rate, catchment wide, over the season.
Method Fly only by statutory instrument.
Treble hooks prohibited. Barbless hooks should be used as best practise.