The River Deveron District Salmon Fishery Board
The River Deveron District Salmon Fishery Board was originated by the Salmon Fisheries Act of the 19th century. The Boards constitution, along with other Boards, was changed in 2003 and is now provided for by the 2003 & 2013 Acts.
The Board's management district comprises the natural catchment area of the river Deveron, which includes the rivers Bogie and Isla.
The district includes some important coastal burns, The Burn of Boyne, The Water of Philorth, and the Water of Troupe. All of these discharge into the North Sea on Aberdeenshire's north coast, for which the Board has responsibility between Cowhythe Point and The Water of Philorth.
The 2022 Regulations and guidance are set out by the Board at this link., but for guidance:-
Releasing tagged smolts
DEVERON ANGLING CODE FOR SALMON & TROUT 2022
Your Board remains extremely concerned over fragile levels of fish stocks in the river and in particular spring salmon and sea trout. Anglers are asked, therefore, to observe the following statutory regulations and guidelines throughout the season:
Salmon & Grilse
Individual owners will also have their own individual conditions, such as the hours that fishing is allowed on that beat, what ghillies are provided (if any) and what fishing methods you can use.
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You will be given another opportunity to read all these conditions before doing any online booking, where you have to indicate your agreement to them. They will also be included in the joining instructions you are given when your booking has been completed.