Haddo House Angling Club
Anglers not already a member of HHAC and wishing to join; At present we have membership vacancies available for the 2019 season. If interested in becoming an HHAC member please complete our online membership application form under the 'Forms' heading at the top of the page. Membership is included in the purchase of a season permit.
2019 Season permit including membership costs
Season permit £130.00
Senior Citizens (65+) and blue badge holders £ 95.00
Full time students aged under 25 £ 65.00
Junior under 16 £ 27.00
Junior under 14 £ 9.00
Junior under 14 first year, no permit fee or joining fee.
All new applications with the exception of juniors under 14, will have an additional £30.00 joining fee.
2019 Day Permits available from Cost Cutters, Main Street, Methlick, Fishpal or Sloans of Inverurie
11th February to 31st July £16.00 per day
1st August to 30th September £32.00 per day
1st October to 31st October £42.00 per day
NO SUNDAY FISHING
Haddo House Angling Club can offer approximately 6 miles of prime salmon, sea trout & brown trout fishing over 3 beats on the river Ythan.
- The highest beat, Gight, lies in a beautiful wooded valley which has single and double bank fishing.
- The Methlick water has southern bank fishing between Waterloo Bridge and Tangland Bridge.
- Tarves water has southern bank fishing of approx. 3900m from Tangland Bridge downstream.
All beats have excellent deep holding pools with faster flowing stretches, this gives the angler a choice of Fly or Spinning, worming is permitted during September and October in high water conditions.
Best Sea Trout fishing is between end of May through to end of September.
Best Salmon fishing is between end of August through to end of October.
All beats have accessible car parking. The Methlick water has 3 fishing shelters.
Free casting and fishing tuition for new junior members.
Free first year membership for Juniors aged under 14
If you are visiting then B&B and a very fine cuisine is available at the Ythanview Hotel in Methlick at affordable rates.
In order to minimise the risk of spreading Gyrodactylus salaris to Scotland, all anglers’ equipment which has been used outside Britain and Ireland within the preceding seven days must be cleaned either by:
a) Drying at a minimum temperature of 20°C for at least 2 days, OR
b) Heating for at least one hour at a temperature above 60°C., OR
c) Immersing in a suitable solution. Virkon (at 1% solution); Wescodyne (at 1%); a 3% solution of common salt (Sodium Chloride), or a 0.2% solution of Sodium Hydroxide, OR
d) Deep freezing for at least 1 day.
Armadale tracking project
Marine Scotland is tracking salmon from July 2017 and would like your help.
if you catch a salmon with a tag (as shown in the attached photograph) near the dorsal
fin, then please remove it by cutting through the plastic cord to remove the acoustic tag
(black cylinder). Please note that the colour of the cord may vary from yellow.
Please send the acoustic tag, also with a note of day and location of capture, to:
Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory,
Please enclose your name, postal and email (if applicable) address and we will send you £20 in reward.
if you have any other information about the fish (eg a photo, length, sex) then please
include it when you send in the tag. However, please do not delay the safe return of the fish to the water to obtain any such information.
The Armadale Tracking Team
Marine Scotland – Science
Scottish Government | Faskally | Pitlochry | Perthshire PH16 5LB
Tel: +44 (0)1224 294410
Fax: +44 (0)1796 473523
e: email email@example.com