One time-share rod in week 31 on one of the Highland's best known rivers
One rod in week 31 of the Lower Beauly Fishings Syndicate time-share in perpetuity
Early to mid September
Approximately 2 miles of double bank fishing
32 named pools
The Lower Beauly Fishings are located in Strathglass, Inverness-shire, approximately two miles south of the village of Beauly and 15 miles west of Inverness. They are reached via the A862 Inverness to Beauly road and the A831 Beauly to Cannich road. In addition; there is a railway station at Beauly with regular connections to Inverness and the south. Inverness airport has regular flights to other parts of the United Kingdom.
The Lower River Beauly Fishings are regarded as the prime beat of the Beauly system, accounting for around 60% of all salmon caught. The Fishings extend to approximately 2 miles on both banks of the River.
The Lower River is divided into three beats Falls, Home and Downie. The three beats rotate daily. Each beat has its own comfortable, log-cabin style fishing hut.
There are three experienced ghillies on the fishings, one for each beat. The cost of ghillies is included in the annual management expenses.
The Fishings are divided into 28 time-share weeks each composed of three five rod beats. There is one rod available to purchase in Week 31. The successful purchaser will acquire a certificate of ownership for the rod/s in perpetuity.
Week 31 falls in early to mid-September.
The fish catches for week 31 (fifteen rods) indicate a ten-year average of 23.1 and a five-year average of 15.2.
ANNUAL MANAGEMENT CHARGES
Owners are bound to pay a share of annual running costs of the Fishings. The management expense charge for a single rod in week 31 in 2018 is £547.08.
The Conservation of Salmon (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2018 are now in force and impose conservation measures on salmon fisheries. In 2019 the Beauly system has been allocated category 1 status. The conservation status will be reviewed annually.
TITLES & CONSTITUTION
The Fishings and Lodge are held in trust for the benefit of members. The Title Deeds are available for inspection by a prospective Purchaser or their agent at the offices of the Syndicates' Solicitors (Messrs. Martin Mackay Ltd, Bank of Scotland Buildings, Dingwall, Ross-shire). Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale, the last shall prevail.
A copy of the syndicate constitution is available from the selling agents.
Strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents.
OFFERS AND CLOSING DATE
Offers for the whole or on an individual rod basis will be considered.
The seller will not be bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Bidwells as selling agent.
Prospective purchasers should note that, unless their interest is registered, no guarantee can be given that notice of a closing date will be advised and the property may be sold without notice.