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Fishing on the River Spey

Fishing

Unsurprisingly, the River Spey is one of the main attractions within the Speyside region. Flowing from the Monadhliath Mountains to the Moray Firth at Tugnet, the River Spey spans a whopping 3008km². Whether you’re a professional angler or simply looking for a relaxing day out, the River Spey is the perfect spot to enjoy some peaceful fishing. As one of the largest rivers in Scotland renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing, fishermen and women travel from afar to enjoy an unparalleled fishing experience along its banks, set against the backdrop of the stunning Speyside scenery. Expect good fishing runs from March until the end of September.  

Alternatively, venture to the River Findhorn (known for salmon, sea trout and grilse) or the River Livet (known for brown trout and salmon) for a quieter setting.

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