The River Findhorn is a very different type of Scottish salmon river, as it is not a Lowland river. The river needs special tactics, such as stealth and agility to be successful on some of the beats. The river offers a variety of pools, and has a very steep gorge located in the centre of the river. Smaller rods and more trout type tactics are often used to great success in catching salmon. Out of the gorge the river offers more of a traditional type of fishing. With the catchment being smaller that the Spey, Beauly, the river does run low in river height quite quickly and benefits hugely from rain showers and a good 'spate". For further Information call 01753 470612 and to find what is available go to the "find fishing" link on the left hand menu.