Fishing Lake in Moray

Find a Place to Fish in Moray

Find out where to fish – ALWAYS BEST TO GIVE THEM A RING – search for the best places to fish near you, local fishing spots, using our fishing lakes directory.In addition, learn more about species that can be caught in these waters as well as places to buy fishing tackle, licenses, equipment etc. from our friendly experts listed here.

Gordon Lennox Estate Co.Ltd, Gordon Castle, Fochabers, IV32 7PQ
Tel. 01343 820244

Mill of Kellas Trout Fishery, Mains Of Kellas, Elgin, IV30 8TS, Morayshire
Tel. 01343 890478

Strathspey Estate, Old Spey Bridge Rd, Grantown-On-Spey, PH26 3NQ
Tel. 01479 872529

Fishing Lake Moray

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Covering the following areas in Moray: Bedford, Bletchley, Bow Brickhill, Buckingham, Calverton, Cosgrove, Cranfield, Deanshanger, Hanslope, Lidlington, Marston Moretaine, Milton Keynes, Newport Pagnell, Newton Longville, Olney, Ravenstone, Sherington, Stoke Goldington

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Fishing Lake in  Moray

You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

he Kola Peninsula, in north west Russia, offers some of the best fishing for Atlantic salmon in the world, but it is an incredibly remote place and can still be freezing cold in the middle of June. It was once a major training ground for Stalin’s Arctic troops and has never really lost that sense of military secrecy. This is perpetuated by the entry airport, Murmansk, which has to be one of the most godforsaken places on earth for welcoming tourists: decaying concrete buildings, grass growing through the taxiing apron and numerous wrecked aircraft littering the

Michael had a resigned attitude to the lack of backing by now. ‘Okay, throw the rod over the side again!’
Once they had negotiated the croy, they went searching for the rod and managed to gaff it out of the neck of Minister’s. The backing had stayed attached this time, so the fight resumed immediately. It was now about 3 o’clock and other members of the party walked down to the pool, bemused at why they hadn’t seen their host since first thing that morning. William Wilson, the fishery manager at Loch Leven, had also dropped in on his way back from the Oykel a

After extended organisational negotiations across two continents, Steve finally joined a ramshackle convoy of ancient Land Rovers driving into the heavily forested valley through which the Cauvery River ran. They took all their provisions with them, including several chicken dinners still alive in their cages, which presumably surmounted the problem of a lack of refrigeration. They would live for the next week under canvas and eat in a communal area covered by an old silk parachute. This was fishing, and living, in the raw and, with its close proximity to sacred

Full List of areas covered on our Moray Fishing Lake Directory:

Achnastank, Aldivalloch, Aldunie, Altonside, Alves, Archiestown, Ardgye, Ardiecow, Ardoch, Ardwell, Arradoul, Auchbreck, Auchenhalrig, Auchlunkart, Auchmair, Auchtertyre, Aultmore, Backies, Badnafrave, Bakebare, Ballochford, Bardon, Barnhill, Bauds of Cullen, Berryhillock, Bishopmill, Blackhillock, Blackhills, Blairnamarrow, Blervie Castle, Boat o’ Brig, Bogmoor, Bracobrae, Braehead, Braes of Enzie, Branchill, Branderburgh, Briach, Bridge of Avon, Bridge of Tynet, Bridgend, Brigehaugh, Broadley, Broadrashes, Buckie, Burghead, Buthill, Cabrach, Califer, Cardow, Carron, Chapeltown, Charlestown of Aberlour, Clashnoir, Clochan, Cloddach, Cloves, Clune, Coltfield, Conicavel, Covesea, Craggan, Craibstone, Craigellachie, Craigend, Craigroy, Craigroy Farm, Crannach, Crofts of Buinach, Cullen, Cummingstown, Dalchirach, Dalestie, Dallas, Dandaleith, Daugh of Kinermony, Dava, Davoch of Grange, Deerhill, Delavorar, Delnabo, Dipple, Drumin, Drummuir Castle, Drumnagorrach, Drybridge, Dufftown, Duffus, Dyke, Edintore, Edinvale, Elgin, Elrick, Farmtown, Favillar, Fife Keith, Findhorn, Findochty, Findrassie, Findron, Floors, Fochabers, Fodderletter, Forgie, Forres, Garmouth, Garralburn, Glenconglass, Glenlatterach, Glenlivet, Gordonstoun, Grange Crossroads, Grange Hall, Haugh of Glass, Hempriggs, Hillside, Hoggie, Hopeman, Ianstown, Inchberry, Inchrory, Invererne, Inverharroch, Keith, Keithmore, Kellas, Kingston, Kinloss, Kintessack, Kirkhill, Kirktown of Deskford, Knabbygates, Knock, Knockandhu, Knockando, Laggan, Lagganvoulin, Leanoch, Lhanbryde, Limehillock, Lintmill, Lochhill, Logie, Longmorn, Lossiemouth, Lynemore, Maggieknockater, Mains of Burgie, Mains of Sluie, Mains of Tannachy, Marypark, Mayen, Milltown of Auchindown, Milltown of Edinvillie, Milltown of Rothiemay, Milton, Miltonduff, Miltonhill, Moss of Barmuckity, Moss-side, Mosstodloch, Moy House, Muir of Lochs, Muirhead, Mulben, Nether Dallachy, New Elgin, Newmill, Newton of Dalvey, North Bogbain, Oakenhead, Orbliston, Ordiequish, Paddockhaugh, Palmerscross, Parkmore, Phorp, Pittendreich, Portessie, Portgordon, Portknockie, Presley, Quarrywood, Rafford, Rathven, Redhill, Relugas, Ringorm, Robertstown, Rosarie, Roseisle, Rothes, Seatown, Sheandow, Shenval, Sillyearn, Slackhead, Slate Haugh, Spey Bay, Speyview, Springfield, Stotfield, Tauchers, Thomshill, Tomdow, Tomintoul, Tomnamoon, Tomnaven, Tomnavoulin, Torbain, Toreduff, Towiemore, Tullich, Tulloch, Upper Dallachy, Upper Knockando, Urquhart, Wellhill, Weston, Whiteacen, Whitemire, Whitewreath