The Scottish Fishing Passport

Designed by an angler for the angler

Upcoming Beats

2020 beats coming soon

03 February

River Tay – Dunkeld House

February 3, 2020 Dunkeld House Hotel, Blairgowrie Rd, Dunkeld, UK Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport Sorry - no more rods for this date Fish: Salmon, Fishing, Tay
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03 February

River Dee – Birse

February 3, 2020 Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, UK Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport 1 Rods Available Dee, Fish: Salmon, Fishing
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04 February

River Tay – Delvine & Burnbane

February 4, 2020 Caputh Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport 1 Rods Available Fish: Salmon, Fishing, Tay
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06 February

River Tay – Dalguise

February 6, 2020 Dalguise, Dunkeld, UK Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport 1 Rods Available Fish: Salmon, Fishing, Tay
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07 February

River Tummel – Dunfallandy & West Haugh

February 7, 2020 Unnamed Road, Pitlochry PH16 5NA, UK Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport Sorry - no more rods for this date Fish: Salmon, Fishing, Tummel
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10 February

River Teith

February 10, 2020 Leny Road, Callander FK17 8BA, UK Free with a Scottish Fishing Passport 1 Rods Available Forth & Teith
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The Scottish Fishing Passport offers anglers the opportunity to fish throughout Scotland on some of the country’s best rivers and lochs for an affordable fee.

The Scottish Fishing Passport has been designed and developed with affordability at the forefront. Our aim is to keep angling affordable and give anglers the ability to explore what wonderful fishing is available throughout Scotland from the far north down to the Scottish Borders.

Our Fishing 

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The Experience Passport

Office 90, Alloa Business Centre,
Whins Road, Alloa FK10 3SA