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The Dalmarnock Beat on the River Tay is almost 3 miles of double bank prime middle Tay Salmon Fishing. Situated 2 miles upstream of Dunkeld and 3 miles down stream of the confluence of the Rivers Tay and Tummel, it has some 15 named pools with...more
I took some clients fishing on the beat and they absolutely loved it, making the business as successful as the fishing. Colin is extremely knowledgeable and made the experience even better. Can't wait to go back - the fishing and scenery really is Scotland at...More
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Good day out on this beat. Ghillie is very knowledgeable on the sport and very friendly particularly to beginners and kids. This area of Perthshire is very scenic compared to the lower beats of the Tay.
Will be back again
Myself and a few friends fished dalmarnock had a great day ghillie could not do enough and his knowledge of the river and fishing was amazing be back soon would recommend to all anglers go and have an experience of a lifetime
iv fished at Dalmarnock several times - this part of the Tay is easy to fish with no high banks so easier for older folks -numerous pools - ideals for both fly and spinning - ghillie is both helpful and entertaining with many tales at...More
Had a few days recently with Colin at Dalmarnock fishings and thoroughly enjoyed my time. Colin is a great host and is very knowledgable re; all things Salmon fishing.
The hot tea is on tap and even bought the guys a fish supper......
fished here a couple of times. Great bit of water almost 3 miles long. Always somewhere to fish no matter how high the tay is. Ghillie knows his beans and makes great home made soup that would feed an army making it a home from...More