Chairman: Ian Duncan
Clerk to the Board: Neil Wright
Tel. 07920 725814
Address: Reay House, 17 Old Edinburgh Road, Inverness, IV2 3HF
Fisheries Manager: Ross Glover Tel. 07788 459560
Fisheries Biologist: Ben Seaman Tel. 07552 445489
Operations Manager: Edward Rush Tel. 0776 9261657
On-call poaching number:
07518 264573 or
Police Scotland on 101
General enquiries should be made to the Clerk in the first instance.
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The Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club, will hold its first fly tying class on Saturday 2nd December 11am – 12.30. It will be held at the Contin hatchery. This is in the Forestry Commission area just North of Contin off … Continue reading
On Saturday 25th November between 10 am and 12 mid day the Loch na Croic fish trap will be open to the general public. Come along and see wild Atlantic salmon close up and learn about the life cycle and … Continue reading
Fishery Management Scotland Briefing on 2017 grilse run Fishery Management Scotland has produced a briefing on the 2017 grilse run. (see link below) We have seen a similar pattern in the Cromarty Firth region developing for a number of years. … Continue reading
Last Saturday the Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club had its third meet. The Fishery Board Staff with the help of Callum from Alness Angling Club and Derek from Loch Achonachie Angling Club gave guidance and advice to the Junior Anglers.
On a wet Thursday evening at Tarvie Fishing Lochs, twenty two Junior Anglers came along to The Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club. Nine new members joined and were introduced to different angling techniques under the guidance of the Fishery Board … Continue reading
The annual open day on Dunglass Island was held last Saturday 1st September. Here Fishery Board staff demonstrate how they monitor fish stocks within the Cromarty catchment by the use of electro fishing. Once caught the fish were anaesthetised and … Continue reading
On Saturday 1st September the Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club had its first meet at Tarvie Lochs. Twenty eight Junior Anglers attended the 2 hour session. Under the guidance of the Fishery Board Bailiffs, the Junior Anglers had taster sessions … Continue reading
The first Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club meet will be this Saturday 2nd September. Yesterday the Fishery Trust attended Dingwall Academy Sports Fair and promoted the Junior Angling Club. The response from Academy pupils was very positive.