Updated 16th April 2021 

With the Covid restrictions lifting we can now welcome visiting anglers from Scotland who wish to fish our stretch of the Beauly River and Firth.  We will not be using Fishpal this season because of the current Covid issues.

Day/weekly tickets for the river and firth fishings are available through Ian McHardy, Riverview House, Viewfield Avenue, Beauly, 07778 479247. Ian can also be reached by email: mchardy667@btinternet.com

Firth and river tickets should also be available from Grahams Tackle, Castle Street, Inverness once they are open and have been supplied (01463 233178). Check before at  http://www.grahamsonline.co.uk. 

Current prices are as last year until the Club can conduct an AGM:

River day ticket                                         £20/day

River week ticket                                      £100

Firth day ticket                                            £5

Firth weekly permit                                  £20

Firth season permit                                 £45

Beats 1-3 are generally the best salmon pools, 4-10 best for sea trout, but neither are exclusive.

The lower beats generally fish best when water levels are above 1ft, whilst beats 1-2 fish well when the levels are lower.

Please be aware that the club water is influenced by the tide, and largely becomes unfishable at high tide (especially when tide levels are over 3.7m). Please check the tide tables on the front page which are taken for Inverness.

The water level is also influenced by Hydro-electric generation and water levels can rise and fall more quickly than natural fluctuations.

Car parking for beats 1-3 is available by kind permission of the Beauly Holiday Park owners at their site at a rate of £2.50 per 4 hours, and also turn left and left when close to the Bridge traffic lights (the car park is signed and the combination for the lock is needed – please ask)

Parking for the other beats is generally in Beauly village with some parking as shown on the Beats map.

Some ghilly and tuition services can be arranged with sufficient advanced warning.

The club would also ask visiting anglers to read and observe the relevant rules contained in this site.

For further information please contact any of the clubs’ officers contained on the personnel pages of this web site.

We look forward to your visit.