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Beauly is a popular centre for those who are interested in game sports as fabulous shooting and fishing are available locally.
The Beauly District Fishery Board covers the Rivers Beauly, Glass and Farrar, the Catchment extends from Glen Affric in the south-west to the mouth of the River Beauly at the Beauly Firth and includes Glen Cannich, Glen Strathfarrar and Strathglass.
There is extensive hydro-electric development on the system, including principal dams at Loch Monar and Loch Mullardoch, Aigas and Kilmorack.
You will find approximately 2.2 miles of double bank fishing on the Upper Beauly. There are two beats, three rods on each, which are fished in rotation.
A beautiful stretch of water in Strathglass, in peaceful and relaxing surroundings. There is a ghillie available by arrangement, if required.
There is a comfortable, lunch hut at a central point on the fishery.
Lovat Estates owns the middle River Beauly which is available for fishing by contacting Donald Fraser at R Morisons, Ironmongers, in the town of Beauly along the high street.
The lower River Beauly is owned by River Beauly Fishing Syndicate and is let on a timeshare basis, the Lovat Estates also owns the Beauly Estuary waters.
Beauly Angling Club provides members with affordable access to river and firth for Salmon and Sea Trout.
The club was founded during the Second World War by the late Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, and became known as the Beauly Angling Club in the mid 1980s.
Fishing on the River Beauly extends downstream from Lovat Bridge to Wester Lovat; this equates to around 7 miles of bank fishing with ten named pools.
The fishing on the inner half of the Beauly Firth is also included in club membership offering saltwater fly fishing, spinning and bait fishing predominately for Sea Trout.
Beauly offers the visitor a great destination for there holiday base with it's beautiful town easy access travelling north or south and wonderful local scenery, in Beauly you will find a diverse assortment of accommodation from hotels to self catering suited to all budgets.
Beauly, West of Inverness a name thought to have been derived from the French Beau-lieu, and associated with the now ruined priory founded in 1230, Beauly Isa market town used and lived in by both the people who live there and the tourist that visit for the traditional shops selling local produce well worth a visit, as well as the many activities on offer in the area these include fishing on the river Beauly and of course many hikes cycle routes and more, making Beauly a great destination for an active holiday in wonderful accommodation.
Beauly has a good selection off holiday accommodation on offer to it's visitors to make the best of there visit to Beauly whether in the town or a more secluded location in the beautiful countryside.
Within easy reach are the golf courses of Muir of Ord, Aigas, Fortrose on the Black Isle, Nairn, Strathpeffer, while the famous Dornoch links lies further north for those who seek championship standard. Wonderfully central, Inverewe Gardens, Gairloch, Fort Augustus, Fort William, Inverness, Ullapool and the Isle of Skye, are all within a comfortable driving distance.
The Beauly Firth is a haven for seals, dolphins and all kinds of seabirds.
If you are looking to complete as many Munros as possible or to take things a little easier there are plenty of coastal walks, woodland trails and some serious long distance walks, including over 19 Munro's and the largest wilderness area in Northern Europe in Glen Affric National Nature Reserve being close to Beauly, making this an ideal base for your holiday.
For those interested in fishing the River Beauly is famous for its salmon, there are a vast amounts of activities on offer such as shooting, riding, walking, bird watching and monster spotting on Loch Ness, eating and drinking Scottish cuisine and the dram or two of the malts on offer in the highlands With a back drop of natural grandeur and beauty that is the Highlands there is something for everyone.