Woodside of Hedderwick, Montrose Angus DD10 9JS
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The Rivers North Esk and South Esk are two of the most prolific and attractive salmon and sea trout rivers in Scotland, flowing through Angus into the sea on the East Coast near Montrose. In addition to caring for these two fine rivers, the Trust's remit includes conservation and habitat improvement work on lesser known Bervie and Lunan Waters.
From a point 2.5miles north of Edzell until it meets the sea, the North Esk forms the boundary between Angus and Aberdeenshire. Salmon are likely to be up past the Loups of the Burn, a series of falls about fifteen miles below Loch Lee, and into the upper beats by April. The lower river flows through a series of long holding pools, giving excellent fishing on the lower beats. . The North Esk is very much a spate river, requiring rain to give good sport especially in the summer months. The later months of September and October are usually the most prolific months as long as there is sufficient water to let the fish run the river.