The fishings are divided into three beats: the Lower, Middle and Upper Brahan beats, each providing fishing for a party of 4 rods who rotate over the beats on a daily basis. (Note: A fifth ‘guest’ rod may fish on the Lower Beat when water conditions allow providing one of the five rods fishes the Sluggan). Each beat has a character of its own and provides a wide variety of prime fly fishing water.
These scenic and productive beats offer fantastic fishing and consist of 32 named pools over the 6.75 miles. Known for its consistency, varied landscape and beauty, the Brahan beats are the most productive beats on the River Conon achieving a 5-year average of over 700 salmon & grilse per year in total.
The fishings are let exclusively as timeshare weeks by the ‘Conon Syndicate’, whose members take the same specific week each year.
FISHING HUTS, BOATS AND GHILLIES
Each beat has two fishing huts and there are a total of 6 boats on the River. The fishings are served by two full time Ghillies.
The rods are held in perpetuity and are subject to an annual charge, which covers the cost of ghillies wages, river board levy, maintenance of the bank together with boats and motors. The management charge for 2020/21 is £646/rod per week. Week 29 is one of the very best weeks on the Conon.
The fishings are managed by Peter Graham & Associates LLP.