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A very special piece of salmon fishing is available from 2018. A private fishery for many years, the proprietors are delighted to once again invite anglers to experience the varied and exciting fishing the Glencassley Estate beat of the River Cassley has to offer.
The River Cassley is one of the prime salmon fly fishing spate rivers in Northern Scotland. The river flows southeast from Gorm Loch Mor for approximately 18 miles through Glen Cassley to the enter the Kyle of Sutherland at Rosehall. The Glencassley Estate beat extends to approximately 5 miles of double bank fishing. The River Cassley's main tributary, Abhainn Gleann na Muic, enters the river near the top of Beat 1 which starts just below the Glenmuick Falls. Beat 2 starts at the Dipper Pool and runs down to March Pool. Beat 1 has 13 named pools and Beat 2 some 18 named pools. The two beats are fished in rotation.
The salmon usually start to run from mid May and continue to the end of the season. The salmon are held back by the Cassley Falls which are less than a mile from the tidal waters, until the water temperature reaches 52 degrees F, usually in late April. The season for all Kyle rivers closes on 30th September.
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Cottage on the estate, can be found here
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