River Tweed luxury fishing lodge Scotland
Join us for an extraordinary fishing vacation, staying in a luxury fishing lodge near the River Tweed in Scotland. This vacation will offer a varied fishing and touring experience.
Some of the best fishing in Scotland, can be found in September, October and November. There are touring options too for non anglers.
The migration into rivers of Atlantic salmon is at its peak in these months. You can also enjoy the extraordinary sport for pike and grayling at exclusive venues.
For non-anglers, there’s the chance to mix in touring and Scotland’s heritage, ancestry and scenic landscapes, almost certainly you have a memorable experience in the making.
Included in this vacation
- All fishing permits for unique portfolio of fishing locations
- All transport including transfers to/from Edinburgh Airport
- Premium Orvis fishing tackle and breathable chest waders
- All (hand tied in Scotland) salmon flies – highly effective patterns tied by professional guides
- Dedicated and experienced professional guides
- Fishing Accommodation in a variety of Lodges. Carefully selected.
- Breakfasts, packed lunches, and dinners (wine and a welcome dram)
- Whisky tasting, family ancestry and other tour options (extra cost)
- The chance to also catch wild trout and grayling, included in your salmon permit
Dates for the trip
The fishing season on the River Tweed extends to the end of November. Therefore, these tours are available for September, October and November
Tours are very much bespoke. Accordingly, we will tailor the trip according to your needs.
Typically the trips are 7 nights accommodation with 4 days fishing, one day touring, and two days of leisure.
Finally, to get a proposal, please state your accommodation needs and Contact Us with an enquiry. $POA
Atlantic salmon, sea trout, grayling and pike. We have a wide portfolio of fishing options in the area.
Additional Fishing close to the your Lodge
Pike fishing near the River Tweed
Firstly, we have access to outstanding pike fishing in a private loch, 30 minutes north of your accommodation. In addition, this stunning loch nestles in a basin, is shrouded by hills and abundant wildlife.
Furthermore, there is a well appointed fishing lodge, with log burner, toilets and dining area. Hence a great place to chill and eat lunch overlooking the loch.
In addition to the pike, there is a good population of trout and perch in the loch.
You will fish from either a drifting boat or the shore, depending on conditions or your preference. Both methods are highly productive. Fish average 8lbs in weight and 20lb fish are not uncommon. There is a fishing lodge to lunch in, overlooking the water, with a wood burning stove, stags heads, and whisky!
Salmon fishing in Autumn (Fall)
The river Tweed is one of the world’s most famous salmon rivers and the big runs of fish come into the system in the Autumn. We have access to many private stretches of the river on private beats.
Most of the salmon fishing is within 10 minutes of your lodge. Fishing in October and November offers a very realistic chance of catching a Scottish Atlantic Salmon.
Your guide is experienced in the techniques required to catch salmon and skilled enough to capture the moment with a camera.
Grayling fishing on the Tweed System
Firstly, Autumn is also a highly productive time to catch wild Grayling. The River Tweed, Teviot, and Whiteadder hold some real specimen Grayling. Furthermore, our stretch of the Tweed offers world-class grayling fishing, and has consistently produced specimen fish close to the UK record.
In addition, we offer lessons for beginners or experts looking to improve on Euronymphing techniques for Grayling for these magnificent fish. Likewise, when this doesn’t work, fish can be caught swinging wet flies, spiders or dries.
Finally you can try premium nymphing rods, like the Sage ESN, Vision Nymphmaniac and Redington Strike.
Accommodation in the Scottish Borders
To begin with, it’s vital that you book accommodation well in advance. So that the very best properties can be secured, we need your input. Therefore, we need info on how many rooms, check in and check out dates. Also what the dynamic is for the rooms, i.e. a couple sharing, two in a bed or single occupancy. Additionally, it would be good to get a handle on the type of property that you prefer? All in all, once we have this info, we can source some exciting accommodation options.