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Under the control of the Pringles of Torwoodlee since 1489, this is a very attractive and relatively easily accessed stretch of the river.
Nest catches most of its fish in the autumn from September on, but both salmon and sea trout are often to be seen here throughout the summer.
One and a half miles of left bank fishing and 7 main pools offer the angler some good fishing.
13-15 foot, 9-11 weight rods are most suited for the beat.
The Head Ghillie is Colin Bruce.
The beat consists of nearly two and a half kilometres of the left bank with five named pools: Rampy, Boat Pool, House Pool, Policeman and The Gullets. There is a modest but comfortable hut and there are now four main access routes to the river which involve parking on the main road and walking no more than 200 yards.
We can fish five rods easily even in low water.
We are a fly fishing beat and allow spinning only when the level is above 2' 6" on the Peebles gauge.
Otters and kingfishers can be seen amongst all the other wildlife to be expected in this wonderfully scenic part of the Scottish Borders.
Please note that the Estate reserves the right to fish an occasional house rod but only when conditions are suitable.
For further information on the Pringle Family history, please go to Torwoodlee.com
For a comprehensive list of places to stay whilst in the Borders visit our Where To Stay
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