We offer guided grayling fishing trips in Scotland and it’s perfect choice when visiting in the Winter months. Grayling fishing in Scotland is ever growing in popularity and for good reason. It allows fishing to continue on some stunning rivers, during the closed trout season. The grayling, known as lady of the stream, have a colourful dorsal fin that’s unique and admirable and as a shoaling fish, it’s common to catch more than one in a particular spot. The conventional fly fishing methods work. However nymphing techniques can work best in the Winter months.
The dirty tactics used by grayling make for a hard and dogged fight. In addition to their version of a crocodiles death roll, they will use their dorsal fin as a kite in the current. They will attempt all sorts to try and throw the hook. If you would like to experience guided grayling fishing in Scotland, enquire below and we can tailor your trip to suit what’s best for you.