King of Scottish Rivers

Welcome to the home of the majestic and magnificent River Spey.

The River Spey is widely considered to be the finest river in Scotland and is one of the most important and productive salmon rivers in the UK. Famous for its whisky and salmon fishing, the region supports a wide range of wildlife, including the ‘King of Fish’, the Atlantic Salmon.

Flowing from its source in the Monadhliath Mountains, through the Cairngorm National Park and out into the Moray Firth, for hundreds of years the Spey has captured the hearts and minds of people living and visiting Speyside. With a wealth of things to do, places to visit and a dram or two to sample, it’s easy to see why people fall in love with this special region of Scotland. is where you can find out more about fishing on the River Spey, learn about and support vital conservation work, or discover the best of Speyside.

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There are many projects currently underway or in our plans that will help to enhance the habitat along the River Spey and improve fish passage. But we need your help and support to make these projects happen.

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The River Spey Auction is now live

We are pleased to announce that our first River Spey Auction is now live and will run until Monday 5th of December. Lots can be viewed here: The River Spey auction

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Fishing Reports

Week Commencing 12th September 2022

Good afternoon everyone Well the season end is fast approaching, maybe not quick enough for some and too quickly for others but again it has been challenging at times. The

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The cost of hydro

As if the situation with hydro abstraction on the Spey wasn’t bad enough Envirocentre Spey Abstractions 2021 Report a visit to Spey Dam yesterday to check how the sediment abstraction

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