Catch returns information is VITAL as it is sent to the Spey Fishery Board and Marine Scotland twice yearly (April to June report and July to September report) to enable us to get permission to stock the River Spey & Spey Dam each year, so your help in completing catch returns as soon as possible would be very much appreciated. Even if you return fish.
If you wish to do anonymously just input in the "Your Email:" box.
You can also submit catch returns via any of the following methods:
Text: Secretary on 07564745294
Facebook: Badenoch Angling Association
Post: BAA Secretary, 120 Clune Terrace,
Newtonmore, PH20 1DY.
Hand: Any ticket issuing office
Difference Between Wild and Stocked Trout
Look at the dorsal, tail and pectoral fins. a wild brown will have defined sharp edges to the fins and possibly white edges to the fins. Any sort of abrasions to the fins in season usually mean they're stocked.
Stocked Brown Trout Wild Brown Trout