East Haugh 1 lies approximately 1 mile below Pitlochry with it’s famous dam.
The beat comprises approximately 1.6 miles of double bank fishing on the River Tummel which is the foremost producer of spring fish for the river Tay.
The countryside surrounding the beat is most attractive, with a mixture of woodlands and high ground, heather hills and mountains.
The majority of fish are caught in the Spring and the beat offers very reasonable prices for those keen to fish.
The fishery is well served by vehicular access at various locations. See beat plan and information below.
There are 9 main pools which are named as Pol Treigh, Tomdachoille, Greenbank, Peg Leg’s corner, Cut, Upper Ferry, Lower Ferry. Pitcastle Burn and Moulinearn.
The maximum number of let rods allowed is six.
The owning syndicate, however, reserves the right to fish an occasional seventh rod,
Pitlochry, a Victorian spa town, hosts a great number of hotels and guest houses, most of which welcome anglers.