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Brechin Angling ClubReview

Brechin Angling Club

excerpt thumbThe club has fishings on Loch Saugh, 18 acres for brown trout only and West Water a tributary of the North Esk. The Club has approximately 8 miles which guests can fish from one bank only. Brown trout, sea trout and salmon. Day tickets and Memberships at very reasonable cost.

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Fish Esks

Fish EsksComprehensive site powered by FishPal covering the North and South Esk.

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The Pert Fishings

Pert FishingsThe Pert fishings on the North Esk are about 7 miles from the sea and consist of approx two miles of single bank fishing comprising 12 named pools. The beat will cater for 6 rods and is primarily suited to fly but spinning is allowable when water levels permit. Day tickets available at reasonable cost.

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Montrose & District Angling Club

excerpt thumbThe club has salmon and sea trout fishings on the River North Esk at Craigo.

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Esk Disctrict Salmon Fishery Board

EskThe Esk District Salmon Fishery Board (EDSFB) is the statutory body with responsibility for the management of salmon and sea trout stocks in the Rivers North and South Esk.

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The Esk Rivers and Fisheries Trust

EskDoes conservation work on the North Esk, South Esk, Lunan Water and River Bervie.

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Laurencekirk & District Angling Association

Laurencekirk & District Angling Association1Laurencekirk & District Angling Association waters include Luther Water a tributary of the North Esk for brown trout plus salmon & sea trout, the River Bervie for brown trout plus salmon & sea trout, Loch Odly for brown trout & rainbows. Memberships available at resonable cost.

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Dalhousie Estate

pictures-wantedWeekly salmon fishing lets on two beats of the River North Esk in Angus, Scotland as well as a traditional sporting lodge.

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