Alba Game Fishing use the excellent Scott Mackenzie Fly rods when salmon fishing in Scotland.
Firstly, having quality fishing equipment is important to us, and to enhance your day. In fact, it’s good to work with a Scottish supplier and one with a rich heritage and track record of quality. In case you don’t know, Scott Mackenzie was three times World Spey Casting Champion, and Ghillie on the River Ness.
Our team of fishing guides includes qualified casting instructors. In fact, we can offer Spey Casting Tuition with these wonderful rods on any of the Scottish salmon rivers.
The Mackenzie Design and Development team is led by Scott Mackenzie, and includes a team of developers and pro casting experts such as Andy Toft and Iain Kirk.
Scott Mackenzie Graphene Fly Rods – the future?
Mackenzie has a range of rods and fly lines that are at the cutting edge of technology in the salmon fishing world. Graphene is the hardest substance in the world, a flat monolayer of carbon atoms packed into a honeycomb lattice.
It would take the weight of an elephant balanced on a pencil to break through a sheet of Graphene the thickness of cling film. Mackenzie has developed a range of Graphene Salmon and Trout rods, using this material. Both the salmon and the trout rods are quite simply superb.
For smaller Highland rivers like the Alness and Findhorn (below) the Mackenzie Atlas 6 piece switch rods work very well. Below you can see Sandra from Washington State. She is enjoying the 11ft 4 atlas on a summer fishing trip on the Altyrre beat of the River Findhorn.