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The River Tay is one of the largest catchments of any river in the United Kingdom. The Tay also boasts the greatest flow for any British River and is one of the "classic" salmon waters. It rises within six miles of the west coast of Scotland and discharges into the North Sea via the Firth of Tay. Many tributaries such as the Earn, Tummel and Isla are great rivers in their own right.
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Loch Dochart River Dochart Killin Dochart Killin River Lochay River Lochay Loch Tay West Loch Tay Central East Loch Tay River Braan Upper Tay Logierait/Ballinluig River Tummel Upper Tay Kenmore Middle River Tay Lower Tay Upper Tay Aberfeldy Middle Tay Lower Tay River Almond River Almond River Garry Loch Tummel Kinkell Dupplin Loch Leven River Earn Moncrieffe & Sandyknowes

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Area Maps

Glen Lochay
Killin
Loch Tay West
Loch Tay Central
Loch Tay East
Kenmore to Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy to Grandtully
Grandtully to Logieriat & Ballinluig
Ballinluig to Dunkeld
River Braan
Dunkeld to Caputh
Murthly to Stanley
City of Perth

Beat Maps
Kenmore and Castle
Point and Lower Bolfracks
Stobhall
Farleyer
Kinnaird
Ruan Ruarie
East Haugh
Kinkell
Loch Leven
Lower Earn & Sandyknowes

 
 
 
 

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