At the top of the salmon fishing beat is the junction of the River Lyon with the River Tay and as anglers know a confluence is always a top spot and this is no exception. In spite of being an upper beat, here, the angler has a good chance of a fish as many well know.
The Point Pool is well known locally and by many visiting anglers for its productivity and pleasure to fish. Many return year on year to take up its challenge. But there are many more pools on the two beats ranging from the fast flowing runs to deep holding pools where the bigger fish lurk. In all there are ten named pools stretching over close to three miles of water.
The two beats regularly produce around 50 salmon a year.
The fishings are divided into two beats which are fished in rotation by The Bolfracks Salmon Anglers syndicate and by Day Ticket holders. In this way every angler has a chance to fish this sought after water.
The fishings are easily accessible, with plenty of parking spaces. There is a basic fishing hut at the Point, which offers shelter in inclement weather.
Every year a lucky angler tangles with a 20 lb + fish from these beats.
TheLower Beat fishings are located about half a mile to the west of Aberfeldy.
The Upper Beat fishings are about 3 miles further along.
There are parking places along the Lower Beat, and a track leads to the fishing hut on the Upper Beat.
The fishings are divided into 2 beats.
Alistair Gillespie on 007594 199869 or email email@example.com
Tickets are available to purchase on Fishpal Website
contact: Jim Stewart 07759231708
or Marion Rogers 07917831352
Day Ticket Holders have access to the Upper Salmon Fishing Beat (Point) on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays and access to the Lower Beat on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Entrance to the beat is by way of a large steel gate on the A827 midway between Kenmore and Aberfeldy.It is located approximately 100 yards from the sign for Newhall