Bervie

An unpretentious little stream south of Stonehaven, the Bervie is sandwiched between its more famous cousins, the Dee to the north and the two Esks to the south. It flows south east to reach the sea at Inverbervie. There is always the odd chance of a salmon in this river – especially late season – but sea trout on a summer evening following a spate are more likely. Also offers trout. There are reasonable facilities for visitors. SOS: Feb 25-Sept 9 (Net); Feb 25-Oct 31 (R&L) Inverbervie, Kincardines, GrampianTSTSJ milefrom Ronalds Hole to seaBB DT: (L 6)A RO (Joseph Johnston & Sons, 3, America Street, Montrose)=Feb25-Oct31s’

Inverbervie, Kincardines, GrampianTSTSSection as described on permit Free fishing but permit obtained in advance from RO (Kincardine & Deeside District Council, Area Offices, Burgh Chambers, Inverbervie. 9 am-5 pm (Mon & Fri only) 2 pm to 5 pm (Tues,WedandThu)

Laurencekirk, Kincardines, GrampianTSTS6J miles from Glennie’s Den to Mill of Garvock; Weir to Midway, Waterlair; Mill of Kair to Burn of Guinea (exc. One field) (all RB); midway between Whiteriggs and Leithfield to Deep; Toll of Mondynes Bridge to Viaduct; Glenbervie Policies to Burn of Guinea (all LB) DT: TO (Laurencekirk)l .Feb 25-

Oct 31 (S/ST); Mar 15-Oct 6 (BT)

Blackadder. See R. Tweed Blackwator (Perths). See R. Tay Blackwator (Stornaway). See Isle of Lewis

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