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Trout fishing on ADAA river don weekly roving 75.00

Please note these permits are only available in store.

Please note, that you must reside outwith 25miles of Aberdeen to purchase this parks. 


Roving Permit covering fishing for Trout only on the ADAA River Don Waters at Kemnay,Upper Parkhill, Lower Parkhill, Upper Fintray, Lower Fintray(Excluding Manse Pool)  and Upper Stoneywood.
This is a 7 day ticket starting from the date chosen.

Roving permit covering fishing on the date shown for Trout only on the ADAA River Don Fishings at Kemnay, Upper Parkhill, Lower Parkhill, Upper Fintray, Lower Fintray (excluding Manse Pool), Upper Stoneywood and Balbithan/Torryburn.

1st. April – 30th. September for Brown trout. 
No worming before 1st May
A daily bag limit of 2 trout applies although catch & release is encouraged
Lower Parkhill
North bank from Parkhill Road Bridge downstream to the marker post. Strictly no dogs allowed.
Access from Parkhill Road Bridge only to north bank fishings.
South bank from Parkhill Road Bridge downstream to the Farburn. 
Car-parking: - near Asda and lay-by at Parkhill Bridge.
Trout fishing by fly only at all times.
No Sunday fishing allowed on the North Bank.
Upper Stoneywood
From the Far burn at bottom of Lower Parkhill beat dowstream for 3/4 mile to Stoneywood Mill Dam

Upper Parkhill

North bank from Parkhill bridge upstream to Head of Cockers pool. 
South bank from Parkhill Road Bridge upstream to the weir above cemetery car park. 
Car-parking: - Lay-by at Road Bridge, Cockers and Cemetery car parks. 
Members vehicles must not be parked anywhere on the road to Mill O’Dyce farm.
Lower Fintray
North bank from Logie Farm downstream to the walled garden halfway down Glebe pool.

The visitors ticket is not valid for the Manse or Eagle Pools.
Upper Fintray
North bank from Newmill Burn downstream for 2900 yds. to marker post. 
Pedestrian access at Hatton of Fintray Road Bridge. Car parking behind Boat of Hatton farm as signposted.
South bank from Kemnay Bridge downstream for approximately 1.5 miles.
No worming at any time.
Trout fishing by fly only.
Consideration to be given to those fishing the other bank.
Upper Stoneywood
From the Lower Parkhill South boundary downstream for 3/4 mile to the mill dam.
Fly only for trout fishing.
5 year average for our Don beats

Beat Salmon   Seatrout   Trout

Parkhill       619.     253.         3026.

Fintray       156.      52.           685.

Lower Don 379.     414.         222.

Kemnay     92.      19.           157.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 February, 2008.

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