Booking Terms & Conditions
All salmon fishing permit sale lets are not confirmed until your official 'booking confirmation' email has been received from ourselves.
Salmon Fish Scotland (D-U-N-S Number 222654509) who’s correspondence address is; Barclay House, Mill Road Industrial Estate, Linlithgow EH49 7SF or any person assisting it shall not be liable for the consequences of delays or restrictions from adverse weather, obstructions, repairs or damage to navigational works, flooding, shortage of water, transportation restrictions, industrial action, war, terrorism, fuel-rationing, shortages of or non-availability of fuel or any other cause and reserve the right to restrict the activity if unusual or hazardous conditions prevail. Neither Salmon Fish Scotland nor any person or company assisting or collaborating with it shall be liable for death, personal injury or illness. However nothing in this agreement is meant to exclude liability for death or personal injury due to negligence on the part of Salmon Fish Scotland.
By using this website you agree to be legally bound by these terms, which shall take effect from your first use of this website. If you do not agree to be legally bound by all the following terms please do not access and/or use this website.
All salmon fishing permits require payment in full to secure which is a Scottish salmon fishing industry standard.
In the event of a client cancellation; If a booking can be re-let at full value a full refund less a small administration fee will be made. It is sometimes possible to re-let salmon fishing at short notice at a reduced rate, in such cases the shortfall will be deducted and the balance returned.
Fully operational annually pre-tested life jackets must be worn at all times while near all rivers, lakes and lochs.
Suitable safety eye protection must be worn at all times while fishing.
We recommend that clients insure against cancellation as if your salmon fishing is not re-let all payments will be forfeited.
All sportsmen must have third party insurance against sporting accidents.
All instructions and decisions given by stalkers, keepers and ghillies will be final and must be followed. Failure to comply with such instructions or decisions may result in the cancellation of the rest of the tenancy. In the event of cancellation under the terms of this clause, there will be no right to a refund or compensation.
We reserves the right to cancel any booking and fully refund the client or offer alternative salmon fishing on any fishing dates that have been booked without liability for compensation.
All salmon fishing in Scotland has become primarily 'Catch & Release' in recent years therefore killing salmon is not permitted unless pre-authorised and in compliance with each individual river's management regulations & Scottish law. These Scottish 'Catch & Release' policies are to ensure that good salmon numbers remain in the Scottish rivers which are important for the Scottish economy & good ongoing salmon fishing sport.
It is customary in Scotland to tip the salmon beat ghillie at the end of the fishing day(s) if you've felt you've had a good day regardless of whether or not you have caught salmon. The tip value is purely discretionary however between £10 and £20 per head (per day) is normal.
All fishing clients are requested to contact the salmon beat head ghillie 48 hours before fishing to confirm participation.
All fishing clients are advised to arrive at the fishing hut by 8.30am each day. In the event of a later arrival the salmon beat head ghillie should in all cases be notified by telephone in advance.