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Guided Fishing Trip on River Tay in Abernethy, ScotlandGuided Fishing Trip on River Tay in Abernethy, ScotlandGuided Fishing Trip on River Tay in Abernethy, ScotlandGuided Fishing Trip on River Tay in Abernethy, Scotland

Guided Fishing Trip on River Tay in Abernethy, Scotland

Estimated price
$154 / person



Enjoy fishing from a boat on River Tay in Scotland for as low as £125 per person. We also offer guided salmon fishing etc. Rates: Basic Day on the River Tay from a boat (1 to 3 people) • January/February: Starts from £125 per person Rates vary by season and various packages, please contact us for personal quote. What You Can Expect: We offer bespoke tailor made salmon fishing holidays. Having salmon fished in Scotland for over 33 years, we use our knowledge and experience to design that unforgettable trip of a lifetime, so you have the best chance of making contact with the world famous Scottish Atlantic salmon. Whether you are looking for a single day’s salmon fishing with minimal fuss or a two week luxury salmon fishing holiday our personalised service will cater for all your requirements. We also cater for larger groups or corporate parties. There are an abundance of rivers and lochs in Scotland, where the elusive Atlantic salmon can be caught. From the small but intimate Highland streams to the silvery waters of the mighty River Tay, which is big in reputation, just like its size of fish! In Scotland the salmon fishing opportunities are truly infinite. When you combine this with the breathtaking scenery, outstanding cuisine and of course our world famous malt whisky, you have all the ingredients for a truly memorable Scottish salmon fishing experience. Fishing in Scotland If you are a keen angler, then the fishing in Scotland can only be described as phenomenal. There is great salt and freshwater sport to be had on rod and line. There are wonderful remote lochs to explore which are home to some magnificent wild Brown trout and Arctic char. There is also some excellent pike fishing to be had, with fish caught on the fly weighing in excess of twenty pounds. Our Scottish rivers have prolific runs of hard fighting Atlantic Salmon and Sea trout as well as native Brown trout. There is also a healthy population of Grayling in many rivers which can provide some great sport on the fly. When it comes to sea fishing in Scotland, the opportunities are endless. You can fish from Scotland’s dramatic shoreline or a beautiful remote sandy beach, catching a variety of species including Cod, Mackerel and Sea bass. Why not charter a boat and fish for the legendary Scottish Common Skate? The Common Skate can weigh in excess of two hundred pounds and will give you a back breaking fight that will test your physical fitness as much as your mental toughness! When fishing in Scotland you can truly immerse yourself in some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. There is also a plethora of wildlife to enjoy and experience. Whilst fishing, you can frequently see deer, otters and squirrels and often high above you, will soar the magnificent Osprey or Golden Eagle. Scotland is a magnificent place to fish, which ever species may be your quarry. So if you are a fanatical angler that wants to experience fishing in its most purist form, set in unspoiled, tranquil surroundings, then come fishing in Scotland as you won’t be disappointed.. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain Arranged Separately
Professional Captain required, arranged and paid for separately.
3 guests
Jon Boat

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Samantha was born in Salisbury but has lived all over the world. She has a wealth of experience in the travel and leisure industry. Customer satisfaction is at the heart of everything that Samantha strives for. Samantha is the co-founder and director of the company and with her husband started Scotland’s first online salmon fishing magazine. Being a keen salmon fisher herself, Samantha regularly fishes on some of Scotland’s finest salmon rivers including the Dee, Spey, Tay and Tweed. Samantha is very keen in encouraging women to participate in the sport that she loves. When Samantha is not in the office you will almost certainly find her on the banks of a Scottish salmon river with a fishing rod in hand.

Features & Details

  • Fishing gear
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Bait
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Single Engine
  • Outboard Engine

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.