If you don't have tackle of your own, and you want to have a go,
we have both fly and bait rods, nets, a large selection of flies and lures all
here on site - all you need to bring is yourself. We have a heated lodge, with
toilet facilities for the disabled, as well as a sitting area and a selection of
snacks and hot and cold drinks. Car parking is right beside the lodge, and 30 metres
from the lochs, but disabled anglers are welcome to drive right up to the edge of
8.30am to 6pm Mon to Sun( Mar to Nov)
Winter months(Nov to end of Mar each year)
Closed on Mon and Tues
8.30am to 4pm Weds to Sun (Due to light in winter)
NOTE: Our regulars and season ticket holders and club members are allowed to fish on after these times as we know them and can fish the evening rises. Club Members have the authority to check tackle and are part of the fishery with the full backing of the fishery in any disputes.
Full day 3 fish £30 (kill first 2 fish and select 3rd plus candr) 6 Hrs 2 fish £26 (kill first fish and select 2nd,plus candr ) 4 hrs 2 fish £22 (kill 1st fish and select 2nd fish plus candr) 2 hrs 1 fish £12
You are allowed 1 double figure fish ONLY in your bag.
All Brown trout must be returned and any fish being returned MUST be kept in the water.We expect any out of the water to be killed and paid for if limit has been reached.
After 2 hours you can pay per hour at £5ph.
Full day C and R £20 6 hrs C and R £17 4 hrs C and R £14
Upto 4 hrs you can pay by the hour at £4 ph
Sporting tickets are all barbless hooks and all fish returned and must be kept in the water no matter what size they are.
Only nets supplied by the fishery are to be used on all our lochs.
This loch is designed for children to catch a fish,it is NOT ideal for adults as you kill what you catch to your limit selected.There is NO returning any fish,all fish must be killed to your limit.It is always well stocked to ensure the children do catch a fish and is not done by the hour,but by the number of fish you select before you go down to the loch.
4 fish £22 3 fish £18 2 fish £14 1 fish £10
No returning of fish is allowed on this loch at all.Please bring your own bait ,ie worms,maggot or sweetcorn with you.
This is a specialised loch for coarse anglers only.It is not a bait loch and only anglers who have the correct tackle are allowed on it.We do not supply any tackle or bait for this loch.No bread or nuts to be used and NO heavy groundbaiting is allowed.No hook size above size 12 and must be all barbless.Any bait left over MUST be taken away with you and not thrown in the water.
1 rod is £12 for the day extra rod (max 2 rods) £5
We only allow Nets supplied by the fishery to be used to stop any infection
Tackle for Hire
All rod hire for both the bait loch and fly lochs only can be hired for the duration of your stay for £10.There is also a £10 refundable deposit to be paid which is returned if all equipment is returned unbroken.
On all our lochs the health of our fish is paramount and respect of them must be taken that they are not handled and returned safely.This ensures that fish quality is high at all times for all anglers.Our rules are simple and we expect anglers to respect them at all times.
All litter must be taken with you or placed in the numerous bins around the fishery to ensure the health of the wildlife around it.
No Boobys,snake flies or eggs to be used.Indicators are allowed.
Tea and coffee is avaialable for anglers and at weekend bacon and sausage in rolls for a small donation.Non Anglers can purchase tea and coffee for a donation at the shop.
We do have a tackle shop on site with a huge selection of flies for sale,along with leader,rods,reels clothing etc.
- Latest News -
June 17, 2018
this weeks report is now up.
June 10, 2018
July 7th,saturday 6pm to 1am sun morn is the open evening competition for everyone.Anyone can come to it for an enjoyable evening with BBQ and raffles and Prizes and a good night.Names of interest to the fishery.
April 24, 2018
Please take time to read the left side of the page which gives all the information you need to know on prices rules etc.Reports are updated regular on the fishing on reports pages and pictures on gallery page.
Come and learn to Fly Fish at the Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery.
Glen of Rothes has 6 acres of water,
set in magnificent Highland scenery in the Northeast of Scotland,
and provides excellent Stillwater bank fishing for Rainbow
trout, as well as for Browns, Blue rainbows and
Brook trout. The lochs are mainly fly only, but there is a dedicated coarse
loch with superb quality Carp, bream, orfe and tench well
into double figures and is the only coarse loch in the area and a seperate bait loch suitable
for families with rainbow trout. Whether you are an
expert or just looking to try something new during your holiday,
there is no need to book ahead, unless you require instruction or guiding. Just come to the lodge to
buy your day or part-day permit, and you will receive friendly
advice on what flies and tackle to use (rods and landing nets
are available for hire if you don't have your own). The water
from the Fishery flows only a mile before joining the mighty
River Spey, renowned throughout the world for it's salmon
fishing, and the area is also the heart of the Scotch Whisky
industry. There are 30 distilleries within a 20-mile radius
of the Fishery, many of which are open for visitors to tour
round and have a free sample of the produce.
During the summer, we have a resident Osprey, and there
is often an Otter on the go during the winter months.
There is food available along with a well stocked tackle shop for all your tackle needs from all major brand names.
Get away from it all for a while!
The lochs are stocked on a regular basis, and daily during the summer, to ensure
a steady head of fish that will give a challenging but highly rewarding day's fishing.
The average weight of each fish caught has been steady at 2lb ever since the Fishery
opened in 1994, and the record for the heaviest rainbow trout stands at 18 lbs and 9 ozs
Catches of over 30 fish for a day are quite achievable for those who
have got to know the water and how it fishes. Now that the lochs are matured and fly life
is abundant, the dry fly sport is exceptionaland even the huge carp in the lochs will
take a well presented fly with the best being taken around 26 lbs in weight.
Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery is a member of both the
North of Scotland Stillwater Fisheries Association,
and the Association of Scottish Stillwater Fisheries.