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Why fish Easter Ross

Historically, salmon fishing has been renowned in Scotland, but don’t forget we also have wonderful trout fly fishing in rivers, lochs and ponds, along with grayling angling and to a lesser extent but with some great specimens, FishPal also cater for coarse anglers too.  Take a look at the Fisheries list in the menu to see the fisheries and beats which show their beats off with any availability shown, or do a *search (Book fishing) for Salmon, sea trout, brown trout or grayling. Catches, river reports and river levels are also available in the menu as well as tackle advice and fishing regulations and management.
 

Easter Ross offers the angler a very different type of fishing on the smaller rivers. The Alness is a typical spate river and offers a more precise type of fishing. The Novar Fishings comprise about 6.2 miles (10 km) of double-banked salmon fishing, split into 6 rotating beats over two sections of the river: the upper beats comprising Beats 1 and 2; and the lower beats comprising Beats 3, 4, 5 and 6. The upper and lower beats are split by about 2.3 miles (3.7 km) of fishings.

The Conon is a Hydro river and although much bigger can fish really well after a Hydro release in low water.

Alness Angling Association also has some good productive tidal water near the A9 road bridge.

 

 

 
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