Selected images courtesy of Mick Rouse, Bauer Media
The River Spey is one of the most productive salmon rivers in Scotland; Tulchan Water is acknowledged as the jewel in the crown.
Eight miles of river offers a rich variety of sport in the beautiful setting of Tulchan Estate. The four beats, each limited to six rods, are tended by the expert care of their own ghillie. On the banks, luxurious cabins provide rest and relaxation for fishermen, their families and non-fishing guests.
Europe's leading Trout & Salmon magazine described Tulchan Water thus:
'Unquestionably some of the best salmon fishing in Europe.' 'If I had a choice to fish anywhere in the world in June, the Tulchan water of the Spey would probably get my vote,' wrotes Editor Sandy Leventon.
Decades of Sportsmen would echo that view. Careful management of the whole river system and its tributaries has ensured that Tulchan water continues to offer unforgettable fishing for both salmon and sea trout.
Knowledgeable ghillies help ensure that experienced and novice fishermen alike make the most of their sport whilst the well-equipped 'Fly Room' at the Lodge provides the best in equipment.
Brown trout fishing is available at our beautifully secluded Glenmore Loch.
The loch has its own hut which provides an ideal retreat for lunch or just to relax after a day's fishing.
Andrew Flitcroft visits the majestic Tulchan Estate on the Spey and experiences a fight to remember in the mighty Speanoch pool
Tulchan is a famous name in salmon fishing, but as Will Hetherington discovers, it also offers some fine pheasant shooting