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River Nairn


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.

The River Nairn rises in the headstreams on the slopes of Carn Ghriogair in the Monadhliath Mountains. From this magnificent setting it flows north-eastwards through Strathnairn for 38 miles, to empty into the Moray Firth at the town of Nairn.

The River Nairn is a popular spot for salmon and trout fishing in Scotland. Located in the Grampian Highlands, the river is approximately 40 miles long and provides ample opportunity for anglers to pursue their favorite pastime. The river is known for its abundance of Atlantic salmon and sea trout, as well as brown trout that are found further upstream. The area is also home to a variety of other species, such as pike, perch, and grayling.




The Nairn is known for its diverse landscape, with mixed woodland and open meadows providing plenty of habitat for a variety of fish. The river is also home to a variety of wildlife, including otters, badgers, and foxes. The Nairn is a great spot for fly fishing, with plenty of access points along its banks. The river is also home to a number of popular fishing competitions throughout the year.