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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 the water.

Order flies direct, no post or packing charged. All flies are hand tied and tied to last on Kamasan hooks, with only the best quality materials used. Just ask for details!

Stalking and shooting for deer, duck and geese can be arranged on one of the highland estates when in season , along with fishing for salmon and seatrout and wild brown trout on river Spey, Findhorn and many hill lochs.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO GLEN OF ROTHES TROUT FISHERY

From Glasgow (approx 200 miles - 3.5-4 hours)
Take the M80/A80 north towards Stirling. Just before Stirling the M80 joins the M9. Stay on here travelling northwards and when it changes to the A9 near Dunblane continue on the A9 to Perth. At Perth follow the A9 north to Aviemore. Turn off and go through Aviemore and out on the A95 signposted Elgin (A941). Stay on the A95 but do not go into the town. At the second roundabout on the outskirts of Grantown, turn right over the River Spey and head towards Elgin. Keep on this road as far as Charlestown of Aberlour (24 miles from Grantown). Continue through the village on the A95 to Rothes. The road changes numbers to the A941 at the Craigellachie Bridge over the Spey two miles on from Aberlour. At the roundabout at the other end of Rothes head to Elgin on the A941. Staying on this road, after about 1.5 miles you will see the Glen of Rothes Trout fishery on the right.

From Edinburgh (approx 180 miles -3.5 hours)
Take the A90 across the Forth Road Bridge and join the M90 signposted to Perth. The M90 splits just before Perth. Be sure to head for the signs that say A9 North and Inverness. Once you are on the A9, follow the directions above.

From Inverness (40 miles - 45 mins)
Head out on the A96 signposted to Aberdeen. Travel through Nairn and Forres. As you enter Elgin you will pass Dr Gray's Hospital on the right. At the first roundabout stay on the A96. At the next roundabout turn right up the hill. Cross the mini roundabout outside the Comet store and follow the road to the next roundabout. Turn right signposted to Perth A941(A95) and cross the railway bridge. Go straight on at the next roundabout and up the hill out of town. Approximately six to seven miles on you will come to a large mansion house on your right just after a right hand bend. Fishery is on the left, please follow sign post to entrance which is 500 yards on the right hand side of road.

From Aberdeen ( 65 miles - 75 mins)
Head out of Aberdeen on the A96 signposted Inverness. Carry on the A96 past Huntly. 1 mile after the roundabout turn left on the A920 signposted Dufftown. Turn right at the clocktower in the centre of Dufftown onto the A941 signposted Elgin. Follow this road to Craigellachie and at the T junction turn right to Rothes. At the roundabout at the other end of Rothes head to Elgin on the A941. Staying on this road, after about 1.5 miles you will see the Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery on the right.


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Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery - Glen of Rothes - Aberlour - AB38 7AG - Scotland
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