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The Wrack is the lowest private beat on the Deveron and is tidal at its lowest pool. The beat starts at the old Bridge of Alvah in a spectacular gorge.
Lower Inverichnie is a small three rod beat consisting of three named pools. This beat can be very good and often out performs bigger beats.
The Eden is a very good beat of approximately two miles and mainly double bank for six rods.
Dunlugas is an excellent salmon beat and is superb for sea-trout and brown trout too – given water it can produce good numbers of salmon.
Arguably the best beat on the river set in lovely countryside just below Turriff. The beat has 16 pools and is double bank although mainly fished from the left hand bank. Forglen day permits are available in the spring and offer a good chance of a springer.
Turriff Angling Association have 3/4 mile of fishing just outside Turriff. The beat boasts eight pools which will fish in all heights of water. Although mainly fly fishing, spinning and worming are allowed in periods of high water.
Muiresk has nine named pools and is almost all double bank. It caters for three rods on a fly only basis and has some of the best accommodation in the form of two cottages you will find on the river.
Upper Netherdale has 2.5 miles of double bank fishing and 11 named pools. Carnousie has 0.75 miles of single bank fishing and has five named pools. The Netherdale fishings has four rods on each beat and Carnousie has three-four depending on water levels. All beats have excellent fishing huts and good access roads. Some walking is required to reach the furthest pools.
Bridge of Marnoch
Marnoch Lodge stretches 2 1/4 miles downstream from the Bridge of Marnoch.
The beat has 12 named pools, excellent fly water, good holding pools and a
reputation for producing big fish. There is a well-appointed bothy 1/2 mile from
the bridge with vehicular access and parking.
Euchrie beat is a two rod stretch of water at the Bridge of Marnoch. It is very rocky in places but has relatively easy access for the most part and holds fish in the deeper pools. It is also an excellent trout fishing stretch.
Avochie is situated at Rothiemay and includes the river Isla junction pool. It consists of 2.5 miles of mostly double bank fishing. It has 23 named pools with many good rapids, necks and tails of pools. The beat takes five rods and is “classic” fly water with easy wading.
The Castle Water below Huntly includes the meeting pot where the River
Bogie joins the Deveron. Lower castle has 10 named pools all with easy
access and well suited to fly. Upper Castle runs partially through a
gorge with 11 named pools some deep and dark which hold fish well in lower
water. Both beats regularly produce wild Brown Trout over 3lb, and
many to dry fly.