UPDATE 9th June 2024.


JUNIOR MEMBERS: The first session of the season was held this morning 11am-2pm, successfully – pictures to follow.
Unfortunately the weed has had a growth spurt and will need pulling out again within a few weeks so it will be easier to fish the Orrin Loch.

The Prize Draw  to fish on the Coul Water in aid of the Missing Salmon Alliance raised over £1500. Thank you to all who bought a ticket(s).




Clearing weed at Orrin (May 2024): Thank you to all those who came to help including one of our Junior members, Charlie. We managed to clear back a lot of the weed which was growing into the better fishing areas of the Lochs.

Weed Clearing at Orrin Lochs April 2024

BDFB Conservation Policy 2024 Just issued by the Board for information to our Members, click to access the .pdf.

Some information about the Ness & Beauly Biosecurity Plan until 2030.  All the non-native species that cold threaten the River system.

Opening Day on the River Beauly.

An excellent morning was had when we opened the River from the Downie Fishing Hut. A wonderful young piper took us down to the water for Jim Braithwaite to give the toast to the River echoed by all with a wee dram donated by the Ord Distillery. Ewen Robertson made the first official cast onto the River at the Island Run.

The Piper beginning the march to the water

Refreshments of sausage rolls and bread pudding were soon eaten followed with fudges and chocolate slices from Margaret and Liz and an amazing decorated and tasty cake from Gift – see photographs. There was a great response to our first raffle of the year with many prizes donated by the local community and club – a rough list and photograph is shown on the Gallery pages.

Access was a problem for some of those attending as following the recent heavy rain and flooding, which meant part of the track was well under water, but wellies and determination saw them through up to the Downie hut. Thank you to the SUV and 4×4 drivers who were able to give lifts to those with lower sub-frames who parked up before the ‘flood’.

Many thanks also to all members and guests for their help and assistance in making the morning go well and in making everyone feel welcome to our River Opening. 

Pictures are shown on our Gallery pages and the Highland News sent Jamie, their photographer, along to snap the important toast to the River. We may see some of their pictures in the Courier come Tuesday or Friday.

Many thanks to The Ord Distillery for their donation of the Toast from a bottle of  Singleton








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Some of the Raffle Prizes for the Opening February 2024












To become a member of the club go to the Forms page to download. Or contact  Beauly Angling Club, c/o Ewen Robertson, Georth, Groam Court, Kirkhill Inverness-shire IV5 7NW
Tel. 07752 850304. E-mail: ewenrobertson@hotmail.com
Pay by cheque (Beauly Angling Club), cash, in person or BACS to the
Beauly Angling Club account: 80-05-61 00138972 Bank of Scotland

Tide Times ( Inverness):

Sunday 9 June 2024 02:38 4.42 M High Water
  08:39 0.82 M Low Water
  15:09 4.45 M High Water
  21:01 1.29 M Low Water
Monday 10 June 2024 03:20 4.28 M High Water
  09:19 0.95 M Low Water
  15:56 4.28 M High Water
  21:41 1.55 M Low Water
Tuesday 11 June 2024 04:02 4.11 M High Water
  10:00 1.12 M Low Water
  16:43 4.08 M High Water
  22:20 1.80 M Low Water
Wednesday 12 June 2024 04:46 3.95 M High Water
  10:44 1.31 M Low Water
  17:30 3.88 M High Water
  21:04 2.02 M Low Water
Thursday 13 June 2024 05:32 3.80 M High Water
  11:40 1.50 M Low Water
  18:20 3.70 M High Water
Friday 14 June 2024 00:06 2.19 M Low Water
  06:21 3.69 M High Water
  13:05 1.64 M Low Water
  19:12 3.55 M High Water
Saturday 15 June 2024 01:48 2.26 M Low Water
  07:13 3.63 M High Water
  14:30 1.66 M Low Water
  20:07 3.46 M High Water
Sunday 16 June 2024 02:59 2.21 M Low Water
  08:09 3.63 M High Water
  15:32 1.60 M Low Water
  21:03 3.44 M High Water
Monday 17 June 2024 03:50 2.09 M Low Water
  09:06 3.69 M High Water
  16:21 1.52 M Low Water
  21:57 3.49 M High Water


  • The Beauly Angling Club provides members with affordable access to river and firth for Salmon and Sea Trout.

    The club was founded during the Second World War by the late Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, and became known as the Beauly Angling Club in the mid 1980s.

    Our fishing on the River Beauly extends downstream from Lovat Bridge to Wester Lovat; this equates to around 7 miles of bank fishing with ten named pools.

    The fishing on the inner half of the Beauly Firth is also included in club membership offering saltwater fly fishing, spinning and bait fishing predominately for Sea Trout. We have a number of exchange tickets set up with other Angling Clubs across Scotland.

    We will have exchange tickets and also offer concessionary waters – please see the menu from the Members & Club Information pages after the Season begins

    The club holds a number of friendly competitions for members held on different waters and regularly fields teams in inter-club competitions during the season, please see the Competitions page.

  • In 2014 we launched a junior member development programme aimed at bringing the next generation of anglers into the sport. After the success of Junior Fishing Days in 2021, 2022 and 2023, the Club plan to hold more days in 2024 – check the website and Facebook for details and Yorky or Karl should be getting in contact as well.

    Who can join? The club is open to potential members from all over the Highlands & Islands. We would particularly welcome applications from potential junior members.


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