In compliance with Fisheries Management Scotland directive
all angling activity on the River Nairn
is suspended for the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic
The Nairn District Salmon Fishery Board is a statutory body, made up of elected River Nairn proprietors, their mandatories and co-opted representatives.
The Board employs a Bailiff.
Meetings are held three times a year to discuss salmonid management in the River Nairn catchment and to direct the activities of the Clerk and Bailiff.
Under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act 2003, the Board is responsible for the protection and management of salmonids in the Nairn and its tributaries. As the Nairn is in the fortunate position of being a healthy river with reasonable fish stocks, the Board focusses on protecting and enhancing the fish stocks.
The Board funds itself through an annual levy on proprietors.
John Prince (Chair)
The Earl Cawdor
C.J. Mackintosh Walker
Cllr Liz MacDonald
Cllr Peter Saggers
Clerk to the Board:
Just over one year ago (1st February 2019) the Nairn District Salmon Fishery Board resumed responsibility for all matters within its statutory remit.
It ceased to be a member of the Findhorn Nairn & Lossie Fisheries Trust (FNLFT).
Any business related to Salmonids within the River Nairn catchment should be addressed to the appropriate person on the Nairn DSFB's Board or its Staff.
Please see the Contacts page for details.