Scotland is the home of salmon fishing, famed for its beautiful rivers and magnificent scenery and salmon fishing on the River Findhorn at Logie is no exception. The estate offers interesting and exciting fishing on the beautiful River Findhorn, covering a total of 3.25 miles of the river with the downstream limit being about 9.5 miles from the river mouth. The Findhorn is a medium sized spate river, and the Logie section covers some spectacular gorge scenery with the chance to catch a mixture of salmon and grilse, and, occasionally, sea trout. For more information on the River Findhorn, please visit www.FishFindhorn.co.uk, where you can also view our catch statistics.
When to FishAlthough the season for salmon and sea trout runs from mid-February to the end of September, fish do not normally reach Logie and Relugas until April or early May (timing is dependent on water temperature, which needs to reach 42degF for salmon to come up the Sluie falls just below Logie) and fishing continues until late September. Fish caught in April, May and early June are predominately salmon, with grilse normally starting to run in late May. Thereafter a mixture of salmon and grilse are caught. Few sea trout are caught.
The Fishing on Logie Estate: Logie and Relugas BeatsAll fishing is from the right bank and is fly only. We offer fishing for a maximum of four rods.
- The Logie Beat (2 rods) is fished Monday to Saturday.
- The Relugas Beat (2 rods) is split into the Middle Beat (fished Monday, Wednesday and Friday) and the Upper Beat (fished Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). By arrangement with the neighbouring estate there is no left bank fishing on the Relugas beats.