River Dulnain Photographs

 

Pictures of the River Dulnain, Spey tributary, in June

by John Gray

River Dulnain - salmon and sea trout fishing

The photographs shown below were taken along the banks of the River Dulnain, a major Spey tributary, in the summer of 2010, in low water conditions. The photographs show the character of parts of the upper, middle and lower River Dulnain, on the twelve miles of fishing managed by the Strathspey Angling Improvement Association, based in Grantown on Spey. The Dulnain is a useful spawning stream, the main salmon run generally occurring during the last few weeks of the season, in September. Sea trout also run the River Dulnain from June onwards and may be taken during the day on a falling spate or on night fly once the river has cleared - a useful alternative when the main river is running too high for night fly fishing. The Dulnain also holds some good wild brown trout. To view the full size pictures of the photographs of the Dulnain, click on the individual images. The enlarged photographs will appear in a new window.

 

River Dulnain,Broomhill

River Dulnain, Inverlaidnan

River Dulnain, Slaggan

River Dulnain, Sluggan Bridge

River Dulnain,middle course

A middle pool on the Dulnain

River Dulnain

River Dulnain in June

River Dulnain salmon fishing

River Dulnain in summer

River Dulnain - middle pool

Streamy water on the Dulnain

River Dulnain - sea trout fishing

River Dulnain, Spey Tributary

River Dulnain Fishing

The middle River Dulnain

River Dulnain

A run below Carrbridge

 
 

 

 

River Dulnain

A middle pool above Dulnain Bridge

Salmon Fishing, River Dulnain

River Dulnain after a long dry spell

Sea Trout Fishing, River Dulnain

Above Dulnain Bridge

River Dulnain, Dulnain Bridge

River Dulnain from Dulnain Bridge

River Dulnain, Spey tributary

The lower River Dulnain

River Dulnain below Dulnain Bridge

Approaching the Spey

See also:

Grantown Angling Association Pool Photographs

 

 

 

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