In Scotland the grayling is a truly wild species, only to be found in certain streams and rivers.
Although a game fish, the grayling is a prize catch for both game and coarse anglers with some anglers devoting all their fishing time to catching this elegant fish. The grayling will take a fly as well as bait, with maggots being a popular choice.
The presence of grayling in a river system is considered to be a sign of clean water and therefore where there are grayling there is usually an abundance of other flora and fauna.
The Access code should always be adhered to.
No closed season.
Providers and Agents offering this sport
There is a wide range of providers offering Grayling Fishing, below are a few of these. For a detailed listing use the search facility on the right…