Salmon Fishing on The Tay Latest Offers


Opening Ceremony of the Tay 2017 Salmon fishing Season at Meikleour We were very proud to be hosting the official opening of the river Tay with the Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board and the Perthshire Chamber of Commerce. Huge thanks to Glenturret Distillerie and Pol Roger champagne for supporting the event which raised funds for Angling for Youth Development charity. The much awaited announcement of the rewatering of the river Garry was made by Mr Jim Smith, Managing Director of Generation at SSE and was broadcasted by the BBC and STV.

Meikleour Fishings November Newsletter
Newsletter sent to our regular customers with information about the season so far, updates on government salmon conservation and availability for next Spring seasons.

 

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Atlantic Salmon School Network Nov 2016
Meikleour Fishings is proud to be part of the Atlantic Salmon School Network project. Students from Canada, the USA, Greenland, the Faroes, France, Ireland, Finland, Scotland and Spain spent the second week of November in Tayside working on different practical aspects of salmon conservation, one of each being the management of recreational fishing to contribute to the future of salmon.
The next ASSN gathering will be in Rovaniemi, Lapland, with teh aim to study Baltic salmon. A huge thank to David Ritchie, Biology teacher at Perth College and founder of the ASSN.

Atlantic Salmon Scool Network at Meikleour. With David Ritchie, Claire Mercer Nairne and Tom Brown

Meikleour Fishings June Newsletter
Newsletter sent to our regular customers with information about the season so far, updates on government salmon conservation and availability for next Spring seasons.

 

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The Courier Newspaper
June 2016

Once again our charity ladies days are well covered in the Scottish press. If you are interested in joining our fundraising ladies only days and learn or perfect your Speycasting skills just give us a call. There is a small waiting list but we will do our best to get you on the water for a good cause as soon as possible!

Meikleour Fishings with Claire Mercer Nairne reel in more female anglers

The Perthsire Advitiser
June 2016

Newspapers do like lady anglers!

Flyfishing Ladies at Meikleour with Claire Mercer Nairne for AFYD

Scottish Field
May 2016

Great article by acclaimed fieldsport journalist Linda Mellor about Meikleour Fishings and the work we do introducing young people and women to the sport as well as our involvement in the government's wild fisheries review.

Scottish Field Article Meikleour Fishings with Claire Mercer Nairne, Fishpal, and Aileen McLeod

Connect In Flight Magazine
June 25 2016

A big thanks to journalist Ezo Taranto for writing about Meikleour Fishings in the in flight magazine connect. We hope that our Dutch anglers friends will enjoy the new direct flight Amsterdam-Dundee!

Flyfishing in French

Follow South African angling broadcaster Ezio Tarento in his attempt to learn flyfishing in French with Meikleour Fishing owner and French born Claire... have a good laugh!

 

Children Fly tying Sunday School Winter/Spring 2016

We are hosting fly-tying lessons with our local charity ANGLING for YOUTH DEVELOPMENT. Every sunday at the boathouse from 9:30am to 11:30am. All children from 7 year old are welcome, it is free but you must book a space by Friday 1pm each week so we can plan ahead.

Fly Tying Courses on the Tay

LIVING Magazine Spring 2016

The beautiful mighty Tay is captured beautifully in this latest edition of LIVING magazine. We were proud to be featured in an article promoting salmon fishing for all with owner Claire Mercer Nairne.

Lure of the river TayClaire Mercer Nairne in Living Magazine

FlyFishing and FlyTying Magazine Jan 2016


FlyFishing & FlyTying magazine has published a very entertaining 3 page article about our fishery manager Claire Mercer Nairne. Lovely to see more lady angler featured!

Fly Tying and Fly Fishing magazine

Bruce & Walker Rod Testing Event
Sunday 21st June, Upper Islamouth


Bruce & Walker started in the early 1950s near London. James Bruce and Ken Walker became quickly famous for their hand-built split-cane and fiberglass rods.
Today the company is run by Ken’s daughter Kay and her husband Brian Potter, who are driven by the same obsession for superlative quality. All their rods are hand made in their workshop in Cambridgeshire. No mass production there, 80% of their orders are tailored to each specific angler’s requirements, and the options they offer are almost endless.

Starting at 10am and until 3pm, Brian and Kay will be on the stand with all the new Bruce & Walker rods for you to try. There will also be nibbles and drinks prepared by the Meikleour Arms, a raffle draw in support of AFYD (Angling For Youth Development).
The event is by invitation only. To receive one, just send us your contact details at fishing@islamouth.co.uk. Bruce&Walker and Meikleour Fishings look forward to seeing you.

Bruce & Walker Rod

Bruce & Walker Event on The Tay


Ladies Charity Day
June 25 2016

Let's the fun begin! Meikleour Fishings and Anne Woodcock will be hosting a charity ladies day in support of the Scottish charity AFYD.

The event is sold out.
Ladies Salmon Fishings Day with Claire Mercer Nairne

Spey Casting Courses
June 18 -19

**********There is one rod left on Friday June 19*********

Following our successful sessions in March, we are offering two more days Spey Casting tuitions for beginners or more advanced anglers. Courses are from 9am to 5:30pm with lunch, and you are encouraged to fish afterwards making the most of the longest days of the year. Click here for details.

Fly Fishing Lesson River Tay


The Courier Newspaper Magazine
March 22

Journalist Helen Brown finds out about the fishy
side of the River Tay’s long history — and
the very special craft that make fishing on
the great river possible . . . Read more

Meikleour Fishings Fatured in Courier