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- Upper Mertoun
- Middle Mertoun
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- Upper Makerstoun
- Lower Makerstoun
- Upper Floors
- Lower Floors
- Birgham Dub
- South Wark
- Lower North Wark
- The Lees
- Milne Graden
- Pedwell (4 days)
- Monteviot - River Teviot
- Sunlaws - River Teviot
- Upper Roxburgh - River Teviot
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Haystoun fishings are located downstream from the town of Peebles. The beat comprises approximately one mile on the north bank and half a mile on the south bank. There are seven named pools which fish best in medium to low water. The top of the beat is most easily accessed from the municipal car park in Peebles. This is only a short walk from the first three pools (Pailing End, Kingsmeadow ...
The Yair beat consists of 3 miles of right bank fishing bordering Peel to the top, approximately 300 yards above Ashiestiel Bridge, and Sunderland Hall to the bottom. Situated on a very attractive private estate, the beat offers a wide variety of fishing and boasts some spectacular scenery. There are more than 16 named pools, of which most are easily accessible, and these are divided to allow fish...
Situated either side of Lowood Bridge on the Melrose to Galashiels road the beat has picturesque views of the Eildons and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Middle Pavilion is sheltered by hardwoods on the south bank giving protection from the southerly and westerly winds. The north side of the river is made up of a large easily accessible grassy bank where the hut and decking preside. Due ...
The Drygrange Fishings comprise the Leaderfoot Pool, a long pool which can be fished from either bank with no opposition. Drygrange is probably the shortest beat on Middle Tweed, but on its day and in the right conditions can be most productive. It is let as a two rod beat, with the right reserved to a discreet rarely used house rod. The Beat is in a truly picturesque part of the Tweed Valley...
This middle Tweed beat has one of the most magnificent settings possible. It lies below Scotts View made famous by Sir Walter Scott. This was his favourite spot to stop his carriage and gaze out over the river Tweed meandering below him through the beautiful border countryside. The beat lies in a wooded gorge that keeps it almost completely hidden from the outside world. Stunning trees with specta...
This beat combines excellent fishing on the most stunning location on the river. The river loops past the Eildon Hills in a beautiful wooded gorge giving fishers complete seclusion from the outside world. The stretch is one mile long, with two-thirds of it double bank fishing, and provides some most interesting quality fishing, with a pool or stream for every height of water. There is an excellen...
Upper Dryburgh is overlooked by the famous 'Scots View' and Wallace Statue in a glorious and secluded setting downstream of Bemersyde. The one mile of double bank fishing is highly productive and has seven named pools holding fish through spring, summer and autumn and with a pool to suit all water levels. There is a well equipped and easily accessed hut next to Dryburgh Mains. The fishing stretch...
Dryburgh Lower is set in the most stunning of surroundings as the Tweed loops around the remains of Dryburgh Abbey, the Dryburgh Abbey Hotel and Dryburgh House parkland sweeping down to the river. The fishing runs from the highly productive Hotel Steps pool for approximately one mile to the end of the Long Stream approximately half a mile above Mertoun Bridge. The fishing boasts excellent fly wa...
Mertoun Upper Beat is situated approximately 1 mile from St. Boswells on the B6404 to Kelso in the beautiful Scottish Borders. Fishing is available for let for three rods on a weekly basis, but during some periods lets maybe available for three days, prices are from £150 plus VAT per day. Access can be made by car direct to the beat. A Ghillie is provided from February to April and September to...
Mertoun Middle Beat is situated approximately 2 miles from St. Boswells on the B6404 to Kelso in the beautiful Scottish Borders. Fishing is available for let for three rods on a weekly basis, but during some periods lets maybe available for three days, prices are from £150 plus VAT per day. Access to the beat can be by car to the fishing hut which is available for use. A Ghillie is provided from...
Mertoun Lower Beat is situated between St. Boswells and Kelso in the beautiful Scottish Borders. Fishing is available for let for two rods on a weekly basis, but during some periods lets maybe available for three days, prices are from £80 plus VAT per day. Access can be made by car along a farm track to the fishing hut which is available for use.It is advisable to have a four wheel drive vehicle...
Makerstoun is a four rod beat divided into Upper (2 rods) and Lower (2 rods). Both beats enjoy the exclusivity of double bank fishing with an excellent selection of water to suit most conditions. Upper Makerstoun has a newly built fishing hut with kitchen, toilet facilities and mains electricity. Access to the pools is mainly on foot, but it is also possible to drive to some of the pools....
Three quarters of a mile of double bank salmon and sea trout fishing 8 named pools, 4 Tweed style boats and well appointed fishing hut. Spring: one Ghillie shared with Upper Beat. Autumn: one Ghillie dedicated to Lower Beat. Maximum 2 rods. 5 year average 66 salmon & 9 sea trout....
Upper Floors - part of Roxburghe Estates - has 1.5 miles of some of the best fly water in Scotland and is one of the most attractive beats on Tweed. Situated just 1.5 miles up stream of Kelso, it is one of the most sought after beats on Tweed with a 5 year catch record of 231 salmon/grilse. There are 17 named pools, offering a good variety of bank, boat and wading opportunities. There is good ac...
Lower Floors - part of Roxburghe Estates - lies between the Junction pool and Upper Floors, looking across the park to Floors Castle. With 1.5 miles of double bank fishing, Lower Floors is one of the top Tweed beats with a 5 year average of 195. There are 9 named pools offering a variety of bank, boat and wading. Access is good with most pools within easy reach of the car. It is also suitable for...
Fishing has been an important part of Hirsel Estate life since 1743 when the Eighth Earl of Home caught a 69lb salmon (on a 22ft rod and a horse hair line) and whose dog (who was nearly as notorious) would catch and land fish at his Master’s feet. A hundred years later the Lord Home of the day caught an average of 14 salmon a day (to his own rod) for 6 consecutive days in June, and almost 100 yea...
Carham offers a mile of double-bank fishing for 3 rods on the lower Tweed, approximately halfway between Kelso and Coldstream, with a five-year average catch of 187 salmon and 35 sea-trout. The Border runs down the middle of the beat, so fish can be caught in both Scotland and England. Carham lies on an S-bend in the river, providing varied fishing and a high proportion of streamy, attractive fly...
The South Wark beat is situated approximately 2 miles up-stream of Coldstream Bridge on the English side of the Tweed between Cornhill and Carham. The beat has a big fishing history and has been a prolific rod fishery over the last hundred or so years. On 15th February 1935 Lady (Joan) Joicey landed 28 salmon (having hooked 42 in all) from the Jefferies, Dub and Annaside pools. For many years thi...
The Lower North Wark beat is situated approximately 2 miles up-stream of Coldstream Bridge on the Scottish side of the Tweed between Birgham and Coldstream. The beat has been a solid performer over very many years. Currently top catches come from the Annaside, Ferrystream and North Willows pools. At high water the Wall and the North Temple fish well. The beat performs at all river heights but par...
The Lees beat is a two mile horseshoe of the river Tweed around Coldstream. There are famous pools such as the Temple Pool and the Cauld Stream, as well as the almost equally (at times) prolific Learmouth Stream, Back of the Wall, Glide, Bags, Annay and several other smaller pools. The Lees beat is well situated in the river as it is accessible to fish in low water and one of the first beats where...
The Milne Graden Upper and Lower beats are situated approximately two miles downstream of Coldstream and extends to about 1.4 miles of left bank fishing at the centre of which lies the stunning policies of Milne Graden House. The combined Upper and Lower beats have 9 named pools. A former stone fishing shiel on the Upper beat has been converted to a comfortable fishing hut with a wood burning sto...
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Horncliffe Fishings Tweed offers two miles of single bank fishing on the right (south) bank of the Tweed which is divided into three beats. Beats 2 & 3 are particulaly off the beaten track and very tranquil. Beat 1 rests in the shadow of Norham Castle with the peace only occasionally distubed by the gentle bell of Norham Parish Churh. The upper limit of the fishing is at Norham Castle and the lowe...
The Monteviot Beat is situated south of the A68 downstream from the Cleikimin Bridge towards Nisbet Village and flows gently through a beautiful stretch of Border country in sight of the historic Penielheugh (Waterloo) Monument. The Beat embraces approximately 2.5 miles of the River Teviot and offers superb salmon, sea trout, trout and grayling fishing for six rods with an option to take exclusive...
Sunlaws is a very attractive beat that runs alongside the 18 hole championship golf course at the Roxburghe Hotel, ending at the viaduct at Roxburgh village. It is situated about 3 miles from the joining of the Teviot with the Tweed at Kelso. The beat is 1.2 miles of double banked fishing. There are 7 pools ranging from 4-10 feet with the best fishing in the higher water in the autumn. Fishing is...
Located on the River Teviot, approximately 1 1/2 miles upstream of Kelso, Upper Roxburgh is an attractive beat starting above the Kelso Angling Association water and finishing at the viaduct at Roxburgh village. The beat is 1.34 miles of double bank fishing with 10 pools ranging from 4 - 10 feet deep, with the best fishing in the higher water in the autumn. Fishing is from the bank and by wading...