Delagyle is very attractive and secluded; it has its own Lodge, built in 1991, and a five year average of some 150 salmon/grilse and 32 sea trout.
The beat extends to approximately 1.5 miles of single (right) bank and provides fishing for 4 rods.
The beats of Carron and Laggan lie above Delagyle, and Kinermony (right bank) below with Wester Elchies opposite.
Delagyle is a very beautiful and secluded beat which can provide some excellent salmon and sea trout fishing, primarily between April and September.
There are approximately 7 pools on Delagyle, several of which can be fished off the bank. Other pools are fished by wading as there are no boats used on this part of the river.
Four rods may fish; 2 rods fish the Upper beat in the morning and swap at lunchtime (1 pm) with the other 2 rods fishing the Lower beat. In high water the ghillie will vary the arrangement to ensure that rods can utilise the fishable water.
Upper Beat: Dalbreck - Brock - Horse Hole - Clarex - Delene
Lower Beat: Polmacree - The Pots - Delagyle - Lower Delagyle - Gean Tree