The Keithick Mains beat is neatly positioned on the middle of the prolific River Isla and comprises 3.5 miles of single left bank fishing with 27 named pools, pots and runs.
The water is varied and ranges from some fast runs offering fly fishing, to deeper runs and holding pools where salmon hold up in all waters heights, even when the water is low, and are perhaps more suited to spinning or worming.
The first fish tend to arrive in February or March, with good runs in April and May, depending on the water, so excellent sport can be had on Keithick Mains at any time with some of the best spring catches in the Tay system made on the Isla.
Taking only hours to reach Keithick Mains these tide bright bars of silver arrive in beautiful condition straight from the sea. With some varied fly water and head of fish Keithick Mains will give you the best chance of a spring fish on the fly.