Fishing seasons at Kingennie, Scotland
Check here for salmon and brown trout fishing seasons, but with plenty rainbow trout too, the fishing season at Kingennie Fishings is 12 months long.
The salmon fishing season in Scotland varies by district. For our district in Angus it is from 15 January until 31 October, but as there are sometimes regional variations to this, depending on the time of your visit we may be able to arrange fishing for you outwith our normal ‘jurisdiction’.
The brown trout fishing season is from 15 March until 6 October. There is no closed season for rainbow trout as they are not an indigenous species to the United Kingdom and they can be fished for all year round.
A number of commercial fisheries, including Kingennie Fishings, near Dundee, are now staying open over the winter months and rainbow trout fishing can be found throughout the year, weather permitting.
There is no national rod licence required in Scotland as there is in England and permits for most of the river systems can be obtained from our tackle shop or at local suppliers.
Commercial fishery permits are usually obtained on site at the appropriate fishing hut or lodge or shop. In our case – at the fishing shop at the ‘Country House’.
Kingennie Fishings, in Angus, near Dundee, are open all year round.