Braelangwell fishing starts at the burn. 0” upwards for the head. High water is needed for the tail.
Frenchmans, Millars and the Burnmouth are outwith our Beat system with Gruinards so can be fished at all times - please respect Amat guests who may be fishing opposite.
|Neck of Millars|
Fishes in very low water. Try stripping a Collie or dabbling.
0” upwards. Excellent high water pool fishing from the Sepa hut, fish lie around the big rock in middle.
0" upwards. Start fishing from the ditch to the end of stone and from power lines to bottom of pool. Fish lie into the bank and off the burnmouth.
An excellent grilse and autumn pool. Cover pot below rock in low water.
3” upwards from the white water to the tail. A good high water pool in autumn
0” upwards from the white water as far as fly will allow. Fish take right under the left bank.
|Upper Craigs |
All heights from the white water to the rock on the far side.
|Lower Craigs |
All heights. Fish from white water at the top to the lip of the gorge. Try to cover the lie in the still water on the far side of the Lower Craigs.
Low water pools. MUST be fished with ghillie or assistant NEVER alone.
Frequently overlooked but well worth fishing from 1' - 3'. Care should be taken whilst fishing this pool and best fished with a ghillie
A short line but fish to the very bottom of the pool.
As Margaret's, fish to bottom of pool.
0” upwards from white water down to the tail. A stick is essential if wading but remember to fish from the bank first as the fish lie close into the left bank.
The head is strictly NOT advised but try stripping a Collie from the high rock
The tail of the pool is worth trying from +1".
Often overlooked but can be a very good low water pool.