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Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate

South Chesthill Estate, Glen Lyon, Aberfeldy, Perth & Kinross, PH15 2NH

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Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate

South Chesthill Estate, Glen Lyon, Aberfeldy, Perth & Kinross, PH15 2NH

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Summary

South Chesthill Estate enjoys over 6 miles of single and double bank fishing and 32 pools on the River Lyon, one of the major Tay tributaries, which is a beautiful and varied river. Chesthill House can be booked to include salmon fishing and trout fishing and Gardener's Cottage can include trout fishing (both properties are listed on Britain's Finest).

Where is Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate located?

Chesthill is situated about 2.5 miles along Glen Lyon. Directions can be provided on request, or are available on the website.

Details on what activities are available at Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate?

• Beats 1 and 2: Chesthill fishings (2-3 rods max) pools 1 – 12. South Chesthill Estate operates a double bank approach for half the pools on any particular day. • Beat 3 is Culdaremore (2 rods max, alternate days), pools 13 – 23. This beat operates in the same way as Beats 1 and 2, with double bank on alternate days, shared with Glenlyon Estate. • Beat 4 is Inverinain (4 rods max, single bank, 6 days per week). This beat includes good pools in low water (Valley, Still Water) and one of the most productive pools in medium/high water, Boulder (the second top pool in 2016).

Things to do in the local area?

Locally, there are golf courses in Aberfeldy and Kenmore and watersports in Kenmore, Grandtull and Aberfeldy. There are numerous local museums, castles, gardens and trails to explore.

Other information

Day fishing can be booked directly with the Keeper Ainster. Please call to book.

Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate also has a Self Catering:

Chesthill House (Self Catering Section)

Information on Fishing on the South Chesthill Estate , South Chesthill Estate , Glen Lyon , Aberfeldy

Opening Times: Salmon & Sea Trout Season runs from 15th Jan until 15th October
Admission: Price per rod per beat per day: trout permits £10; salmon £35 (discounts for multiple rods).
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (Must be accompanied. You would need to bring your own rod and tackle. If you require to hire equipment and a ghillie (guide/teacher) it might be possible to arrange this at extra cost .)
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted
Location: 1) From Edinburgh airport and the south, aim for the Forth Road Bridge and then the M90 (easy sign-posts from the airport) then take the A9 towards Inverness. 2) Exit off the A9 north of Perth at Ballinluig and head west to Aberfeldy along the A827. 3) Before leaving Aberfeldy turn right at the cross roads onto the B846. 4) Head through Weem, past Dull, and a couple of miles later turn left at Coshieville towards Fortingall (signposted). 5) Go through Fortingall and turn right after 300 yards into Glen Lyon (signposted). 6) Chesthill is c.2 ½ miles along Glen Lyon. Pass a white cottage by the road on the right with antlers above the door (Woodend), and then pass the deer fence on the right, and the gate saying ‘North Chesthill’. Pass the suspension bridge on your left (the river gets very close to the road at this point). Then there is a green box suspended on the wall on your right. The turning into our drive, where there are two stone gate posts, is 150 yards beyond the green box on the right as the road bends to the left.
Facilities: Free parking
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