2020 Season Permits now available online
Please note it is illegal to fish without a permit, if caught without a permit you will incur a penalty fee
Thanks to Rod Frazer from Where Stags Roar
for this lovely video
The Association was formed in the mid 60's with the aim of improving fishing in the Badenoch area.
The Association controls fishing on the River Spey from the mouth of the River Tromie to the Spey Dam at Laggan. There is also fishing on the A86 side of Loch Laggan and part of Loch Ericht.
Association waters are covered by a protection order issued under the freshwater and salmon fisheries act.
It is illegal to commence fishing without first obtaining a permit.
Fishing is mostly brown trout with the occasional salmon. There is also some pike fishing between Lochan Uvie and Laggan. Loch Laggan itself holds some specimen pike.
The Association waters are in the vicinity of Kingussie, Newtonmore and Laggan.
Please could you submit catch returns (even if you return fish) via any of the following methods:
Text: Secretary on 07564745294
Facebook: Badenoch Angling Association
Post: BAA Secretary, 120 Clune Terrace,
Newtonmore, PH20 1DY.
Catch return info is VITAL as it is sent to the Spey Fishery Board and Marine Scotland twice yearly (April to June report & July to September report) to enable us to get permission to stock the river each year, so your help would be very much appreciated.
Here at Badenoch Angling Association we take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to provide the products and services you have requested from us.
We will not pass your email addresses and contact details to third parties without your express permission.