The Kildrummy fishings march with Glenkindie and Ardhuncart on the north bank and with Towie and Brux on the South bank, access is good and most pools can be accessed by just a short walk from the road or from the tracks alongside the river.
The Kildrummy water is typical of the Upper Don, clearly defined pools and streams that are a joy to both trout and salmon anglers at most sensible water heights.
Within the 4 mile stretch there are a number of deep pools that hold good numbers of salmon from mid-summer onwards and spring fish are also caught here. The 'Back-end' of the season is undoubtedly the most productive time for salmon, with large numbers running upstream.
Trout fishing at Kildrummy is excellent throughout the season but spring tends to bring the bigger fish to the surface. Hatches in the spring can be excellent, and most seasons good hatches of March Browns and Large Dark Olives readily bring hungry trout to the surface.
Following a mild winter, trout fishing can be excellent from opening day with trout in excess of 2lb regularly caught.
3 miles single bank 1 mile double bank, 20 pools
Maximum rods: 4 + 1 House Rod
(A 5th rod may be available subject to water conditions, or if all rods are taken by the same party )
Kildrummy Inn located only a couple of minutes drive from the beat, is a small, family-run rural inn set amidst the beautiful rolling countryside of the Grampian Mountains near Aberdeen. Relax in a leather armchair by the wood-burning stove in their cosy lounge bar (featuring over 40 malt whiskies). The inn boasts four tastefully decorated en-suite rooms, awarded AA 4 stars.
Dining is a highlight as David Littlewood (Scottish Chef of the Year 2013/14 and a keen fisherman!) creates fantastic, yet simple, food using the finest local and seasonal ingredients on his regularly changing menu. The Inn can provide everything from fine dining to packed lunches!