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Edition No. 6 Fishing Experience

Spend a day fishing on the magnificent River Spey.

Join us for a limited experience inspired by Edition No. 6, which celebrates the River Spey and the natural wonders of The Macallan Estate. Spend the day casting your hand on The Macallan Estate fishing beat with our Ghillie Robert Mitchell, enjoying the stunning scenic views of Speyside.

You will be welcomed at The Macallan fishing lodge with refreshments before heading out into the River Spey for a morning of fishing, breaking at midday for a freshly grilled BBQ lunch.

In the afternoon explore The Macallan Estate, learning about our history, heritage and wildlife while enjoying some special drams along the way, including Edition No. 6. Finish off your experience with a personal shopping experience in The Macallan Distillery Boutique.

The Macallan Ghillie fishing on the river Spey

Fishing Experience

The Details

Dates available in 2022: Monday 5th September, Tuesday 6th September, Wednesday 7th September, Monday 12th September, Tuesday 13th September, Wednesday 14th September

Duration: 08:30 – 16:30 (one experience per day)
Capacity: Four guests maximum
Price: £400 per guest

Please note that as custodians of the River Spey and the wildlife within, all the fishing that takes place is catch-and-release.

If you have any further questions, please contact us at: [email protected]


Discover More about the River Spey

The legendary River Spey flows through our Estate and is globally renowned as a home to the mighty Atlantic salmon. The Macallan Ghillie is a custodian of the River Spey and advocate for sustaining the wildlife in and around it.

Wild Atlantic salmon are at risk of becoming an endangered species. Therefore we are working with the Atlantic Salmon Trust to help raise awareness of this, and to support vital conservation work on the River Spey and beyond.