Join me on the River Nith this summer/autumn

You will get the chance to fish the famous Lower Craigs pool on Closeburn Castle Fishings' lower beat, one of the most productive pools on the Nith.

I am offering guided days fishing the River Nith in July and October weeks this year.

Whether you are early on in your salmon learning curve or a more experienced fisher who has tried other rivers but would like to fish the Nith and share in my experience of ten years on the river then this is for you. You will learn about the salmon lies on famous middle river pools such as Porters, Sandbed, Burn, Thornybank and Craigs. One day or two days chosen from the inclusive dates July 16-21 and October 8-13 will see you fishing my single timeshare syndicate rod and I will 1) guide for you; 2) teach you where required in spey and circle casting techniques and 3) You will get the chance to catch a salmon, grilse or sea-trout.

The cost will be £140 a day in July and £180 a day in October (regarded as the best week of the Nith salmon season with a real chance of hooking increasingly late-running grilse or one of the Nith’s big autumn-run fresh fish). The two day rate will be £240 (July) and £300 (October).

Email me on or call (or text) 07961 921 726 if you are interested in fishing this beautiful 3.5 mile stretch of river with its famous runs of silver salmon and sea-trout up from the Solway Firth. I’d be delighted to show you this special bit of exclusive fishing with its comfortable fishing huts and facilities, help with accommodation and other logistics and do my best to get you into a fish.


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