Nairn – Nairn Angling Association

The Nairn (often referred to as “The Little Gem”) rises in the Monadhliath Mountains and flows north eastwards through Strathnairn and into the Moray Firth. The river flows through hill country at the top and through flattish farming land in the lower reaches, with no barriers to migrating fish. The NAA (formed in 1923) has eight miles of water and offers some of the best salmon and sea trout fishing in Scotland to locals and visitors alike, providing great sport in its various delightful pools – particularly in medium to high water.

Contact Details


01667 459250 (Secretary)

Address / Location

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Web Address

Season Dates and Prices

Season Dates

March 1 to October 7

General Prices Information

Per day: 35
Per Week : 135
Per Year : £115 local members, £175 outwith area members

Day Ticket Price (specific dates)

1 March - 7 October - £35

Week Ticket Price

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Annual Ticket Price

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Other Information

Fishery District