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Luncarty is approximately half-a-mile in length with five named pools: Shochie Mouth, Big Stone, Eddys, Boat Hole and the Willow Tree. The mouth of the Shochie and Ordie burns come in at the top of the beat making an attractive stopping off point for passing salmon and sea trout, especially in the Autumn.
The beat fishes four rods and has one boat and a fishing hut by the river. The beat makes for good fly and spin fishing from both bank and boat.
September and October can be very productive with sizable salmon in high teens to twenties being caught from both bank and boat.
During the period January to April, fishing is from either bank. A ghillie and boat is not available.
Spring permits allow you to fish on one day per week from the 15th January to the 30th April.
During the months of May, June and July, day lets are available without a ghillie and boat.
Summer permits are available from May to the end of July (84 days).
During the period May to the end of June fishing on Luncarty is bank only.
Daily lets are available with a ghillie and boat. Weekly bookings are available and the beat can be paired with Catholes Stanley for a consecutive day booking. This autumn, bank only rods (without a ghillie) will be available on an experimental basis.
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1. All Anglers must report to the Ghillie before fishing, and they should meet as designated above.
2. Fishing is from 9.00am to 5.00pm. A boat is available at the discretion of the Ghillie.
3. Life jackets should be worn at all times, and these will be available in the fishing huts. Tenants who do not wear life jackets do so entirely at their own risk a charge of GBP 20 will be made for replacement gas cylinders.
4. The beat is fished in rotation. Please adhere to the instructions of the Ghillie.
5. Rod sharing is not permitted.
6. All salmon/ sea trout caught must be reported to the Ghillie, who maintains fishing records.
7. The Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board (Bob White is currently on the Board) conservation initiative in relation toi return of spring fish, must be adhered to by all tenants.
8. All foul hooked/ unseasonable fish must be returned safely to the river. Rods are particularly requested to return all coloured fish at any time throughout the season. The Ghillie's decision in this matter is final.
9. Lures: any legal method. Shrimp and prawn prohibited at all times.
10. Use of a gaff is forbidden.
11. Be considerate to fellow Anglers.
12. No litter to be discarded. Please bring it back to the fishing hut to be disposed of by the Ghllie.
13. Follow the country code, particularly in relation to dogs, risk of fires and closure of gates.
14. No fixed rods or set lines.
15. No sub-letting.
16. The Ghillies word is final. The proprietors shall not be bound to refund any rents paid in the event of cancellation for whatever reason.
17. The proprietors will accept no liability whatever for damage, injury or loss to the persons or belongings of the tenant, or those in his party, from whatever cause arising, nor can they be held in any way responsible for adverse weather conditions or acts of God.
18. The tipping of the Ghillie is a traditional part of the British etiquette and tenants are encouraged to do so.
NOTE: Contravention of the above may result in future access being denied.
To book a Monday you must book before 23:00 PM on Sunday
To book a Tuesday you must book before 23:00 PM on Monday
To book a Wednesday you must book before 23:00 PM on Tuesday
To book a Thursday you must book before 23:00 PM on Wednesday
To book a Saturday you must book before 23:00 PM on Friday
To book a Sunday you must book before 23:00 PM on Saturday