For more detail - see BOOK DAYS below
The catch records for the Park beats as a whole are combined.
5 rods North Bank (reduced to 4 in June and July)
4 rods South Bank (reduced to 3 in June and July)
Spinning is not allowed on the beat. This is a Fly only Fishery.
Park is renowned for the quality of its fishing and variety of pools with both banks of the river owned by the estate. The beat comprises Park North (5 rods) and Park South (4 rods) with the beats reduced to 4 and 3 rods respectively in June and July. Park is unlike other Lower Dee beats as it fishes well in both high and low water having a mix of bigger and short narrow pools which can produce fish in a variety of conditions. Depending on height, a considerable quantity of bank fishing is available. Wading is generally easy and certain pools are suitable for older guests and beginners.
Fishing is available for 1 rod for 1 day, to weekly lets for parties of up to 9 fishers. For the ultimate break fishers can take advantage of the superb, fully staffed, accommodation available in Park House. Self-catering accommodation is also available in Lime Tree Cottage; a warm and comfortable retreat for fishers who want to maximise their time on the river. Both properties are only a 2 minute drive from the river via private track.
Park North hut is located in the middle of the fishery looking out on the famous Cellar Pool and Durris Stream. Park South Hut is located towards the top end with a wonderful view of Coopers, the Long Pool, the Kirks, Greenbank and Castleton.
The estate provides one expert ghillie for each bank and additional ghillies are also available, at an extra charge. Instruction is our speciality; please enquire for further details.
tel: 01330 810203
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We are still catching kelts, hopefully there will be a rise when it warms up a bit and we get some snowmelt. This should bring some fresh fish in. Make sure you wear your thermals! Please have a look at our facebook and instagram pages - parkfishingdee for more updates. Tight lines