In 2022 Stobhall anglers will fish the
Upper Beat on Monday ,Wednesday and Friday
Lower Beat on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The water on Stobhall is varied and ranges from some wonderful fast runs offering first class fly fishing, to deeper pots which hold fish at all water heights and are perhaps more suited to spinning.
The beat as a whole fishes best given a rise in water.
On the Lower Beat Stobhall benefits from the awesome Campsie Linn and the legendary Linn Pool. At Campsie Linn (the highest volume waterfall in Britain) the whole of the Tay is forced through a narrow gap in a rock ledge and gushes out into a huge boiling cauldron, the legendary Linn Pool.
In the spring the Linn Pool is one of the best casts on the whole Tay, especially if the river is high and fish are queuing to run the Linn.
Set against the backdrop of Stobhall Castle, Taymount House and steeply sloping wooded banks the scenery at the Stobhall is positively breathtaking.
Stobhall is an excellent beat throughout the season. In late summer and autumn the whole beat is normally full of fish providing glorious sport.
There are two highly experienced and knowledgeable ghillies and on each beat there are two boats as well as a well appointed fishing hut.
Unless otherwise directed by the head ghillie only one rod is permitted to fish from the boat at any given time.
Stobhall has always had a reputation as being a big fish beat. In the past many of the Tay's monsters were caught here. Several fish over 50 lbs were landed from the Major's Cast early in the 20th century.
Please note that tenants are not permitted to hire or engage any additional guides, ghillies or boats other than those provided by the proprietor.