River Lyon, Glen Lyon. This fishing is leased from N Chesthill estate and is from the Bridge near Invervar Lodge to Woodend. Salmon fishing is in named pools and, where possible, is double bank
North Chesthill Estate shares the fishing with South Chesthill Estate and a beat rotation is in place
For North Chesthill, RED BEATS are Monday, Wednesday, Friday and WHITE BEATS are Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
SEE MAP BELOW
It is imperative that anglers adhere to this rotation
NB: The Wood Pool is a big salmon holding pool but access is difficult and NOT ADVISED if you are unfit or have mobility issues. If you feel you are able to fish this pool, having seen the access, consider taking your rod down in its tube on your back leaving both hands free.
Safety & General Advice
1.Permit must be shown, if required, to anyone authorised by the proprietors or to a bailiff of the Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board
2.Permit holders re required to see that no damage is done to fences, crops, or plantations, or the lands adjacent to the river and that no fires are lit on said lands
3.Permit holders are permitted to use One Rod Only. Set line or any other illegal method of fishing (which includes the laying of a rod on theground) is strictly prohibited, as is fishing by diving minnow. Anybody contravening this rule will be liable to prosecution.
4.Salmon and trout fishing is prohibited on Sundays.
5.Permit holders are required to be conversant with the foregoing conditions before going on the water. Failure to observe the conditions will result in forfeiture of the permit.
6.All anglers are to wear life preservers.
7.Studded boots are recommended.
8.YOU MUST LEAVE YOUR PDAA MEMBERSHIP CARD FACE-UP ON THE CAR DASHBOARD
9.Trout anglers must avoid salmon pools
From Aberfeldy town centre, turn right at the traffic lights onto the B846, bearing left at Weem to remain on the B846.
Stay on B846 for about 5miles to Keltneyburn, where you will turn left for Fortingall.
Just through Fortingall, bear right into Glen Lyon