River Tay

(Beat No. 76 Both Banks) Left NN 997 490 – NO 003 467 Right NN 994 488 – NO 001 467

The Pools

Tail of Guay

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Neck of Otterstone

Mike’s Bank

Calum’s Corner

Bridge PoolDowally Run
Island Stream
Island RunBurnmouth

The Dalguise fishings form some of the most impressive and respected salmon fishings on the middle Tay. Bounded by Kinnaird, up river and Dalmarnock down river, it provides some excellent holding water and has a productive catch record. The beat stretches from Kincraigie Burn to Rotmell and marches with the Dalmarnock Beat. It is fishable both by boat and wading, as well as from the bank, over which there is excellent access.


Dalguise has nine major named pools several of which can only be described as a fly fishers dream.

Dalguise provides a great variety of water and can be fished at most heights,  providing entertaining sport of the highest quality.


Resident Ghillie and an excellent fishing hut together with good holding areas and  immaculate banks make this a great beat.

Day tickets available from £22 to £100.

For bookings contact: Jacquie Mob: 07801 226497 or

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Bookings also through FishPal

Brown trout and Grayling Fishing

Brown trout and Grayling fishing for the right bank is administered by Perth & District Angling Association.

Day tickets are available from PD Malloch and  Birnam Spar 01350 727395. 1 permit for Members 3 permits for public.

Fly only on conventional fly rod and reel, no spinning, no minnow.

Fishing one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset.

No Bag limit. All trout under 10″ to be returned.

Sunday fishing is allowed, but there is no night fishing.

Trout anglers must give way to salmon anglers.

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