Lower Redgorton



The Lower Redgorton is divided into the Waulkmill and Gold Castle Beats and can be fished from the banks, by wading and from a boat. The beats extend to about 1.35 miles in length and include 19 named pools. There is a reciprocal arrangement with the proprietors of the opposite bank (Lower Scone) whereby each proprietor can fish both banks on alternate days.

There are 2 fishing huts which are accessible by car. A ghillie is allocated to the Lower Redgorton beats.

There is a full time Ghillie, boats and first class facilities on this famous and accessible beat situated 3 miles north of Perth.


The formation of The Lower Redgorton Syndicate has allowed fishermen to secure prime fishing on the River Tay in perpetuity giving them the right to fish for salmon and sea trout during their chosen week.

The purchaser will be assigned the current owner’s rights in week 37.

The fishings are managed by a Management Committee.

An annual management charge is levied each year to pay for the running costs of the fishings. The management charge in 2020 for week 37 was £930/rod.


Two rod for sale in productive week 37 on this prime beat.

Week 37 at Lower Redgorton usually fishes 5 rods however for the past few years only four rods have fished during this week.

The week currently has an average of 20.8 fish (4 rods), though the catch in the 2020 season was 30 fish.

The seller is seeking offers in excess of £25,000 per rod.

If anyone is interested in this fishing please call Iain Wood on 01250 883713