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Board Meeting - 9th July 2015

The next statutory meeting of the Board has been arranged for Thursday 9th July 2015 at 12 noon at The Castle Hotel, Huntly. This meeting is open to all proprietors, ghillies, managers, anglers and members of the general public. Anyone wishing to attend should let the Clerk to the Board know at least seven days prior to 9th July to arrange seating. Download agenda. Download minutes

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Sundown on the Deveron BBQ/Auction - 6th June 2015

Tickets for coming BBQ/Auction event must be purchased in advance by contacting the Trust on 01466 711 388 or email

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Future Board meetings

Board - 9 July

Meeting; 9 October - Annual meeting of Qualified Proprietors and Triennial Elections;

10 December - Meeting.

All Board Meeting are open to the Public.

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River Deveron


Home of the UK Record Fly-Caught Atlantic Salmon


The River Deveron is a famous and prolific salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishery and in terms of catches has consistently the fifth highest in Scotland. The Deveron is situated in North East Scotland within the counties of Aberdeenshire and Moray and has an overall catchment area of 1266 km² and a length of 96kms. The Deveron has a well deserved reputation as an angling river, with runs of spring, summer and often prolific runs of autumn salmon, through to its season's end on 31st October. Its sea trout which average 3lbs with specimens up to 10-12lbs caught regularly, also entice many anglers to the river as well as the fantastic brown trout fishing.


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The Deveron, Bogie and Isla Rivers Charitable Trust (DBIRCT) have partnered Farson Digital for Scotland’s first network of live ‘river cams’, with fantastic results.

Simply click the cam you wish to view.

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One of the main benefits for recreational river users is the ability to check and see the river height and colour. If the water is too high or too coloured you might have a wasted journey. The cameras have been strategically positioned in the upper, middle and lower river to allow the monitoring of angling opportunities throughout the system and will have many other additional benefits such as flood monitoring.





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