The following Smithston in-perpetuity weekly rods are currently offered for sale:

Certificate No/s.

No. of rods

10 Year Average Weekly Catch For Beat

Week/s commencing 2017

Price per rod

21A2

1

1.7 salmon and grilse

3 July

Reasonable Offers

24A2

1

3.1 salmon and grilse

24 July

* See Below

24C2

1

3.1 salmon and grilse

24 July

** See Below

25A1 & 25A2

2

2.3 salmon and grilse

31 July

Reasonable Offers

25C1 & 25C2

2

2.3 salmon and grilse

31 July

Offers Over £2,800 Per Cert.

26A1 & 26A2

2

4.2 salmon and grilse

7 August

Reasonable Offers

26C1 & 26C2

2

4.2 salmon and grilse

7 August

29C2

1

7.0 salmon and grilse

28 August

Offers Around £6,000

31C2

1

11.8 salmon and grilse

11 September

* See Below

35C2

1

9.2 salmon and grilse

9 October

Fixed Price £7,500

37A1

1

13.7 salmon & grilse

23 October

Offers Around £9,500

*** 38B1, 38B2 & 38C2

3

8.0 salmon & grilse

30 October

£4,000 Per Cert.

 

In addition, the following Smithston in-perpetuity rotational rods are currently offered for sale:

Rotational Certificate No/s.

No. of rods

10 Year Average Weekly Catch For Beat

Week/s commencing 2017

Price per rod

R1M1 & R1M2

2

5.0 salmon and grilse

26 June & 21 August

£1,750 ONO Per Rotational Cert.

R1P1 & R1P2

2

10.3 salmon and grilse

12 June, 17 July & 30 October***

Offers Invited

R1Q1 & R1Q2

2

10.9 salmon and grilse

19 June & 14 August

Reasonable Offers

R2V

1

5.4 salmon and grilse

19 June & 21 August

** See Below

R3F2

1

7.5 salmon and grilse

10 July & 4 September

£4,000 Per Rotational Cert.

R3G2

1

10.1 salmon and grilse

17 July & 9 October

£4,000 Per Rotational Cert.

 

* Offers around £6,000 are being requested for 24A2 and 31C2 as a package.

** Offers over £9,000 are being requested for 24C2 and R2V as a package.

*** Week 38 is the ‘odd days’ at the end of the season from the last full week (week 37) until the end of the season (31 October).  This means there are some years where there is no fishing whatsoever.  Starting from 2017 and working up to 2026, over the next 10 years, the number of days fishing attributed to week 38 are as follows; 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 0 days, 0 days, 1 day, 2 days, 4 days, 5 days, 0 days.  Whilst the number of days varies significantly by year, the 10 year average catch of 8.0 salmon & grilse is not weighted so the actual fishing is better than the figures would suggest, when there is fishing.

 

The rotational certificates include 2 weeks every year (Rotation 1 and 2 also additionally include the week 38 ‘odd days’ some years).  The rotations occur over 5 years and the weeks in the rotations are as follows;

Rotation 1 – weeks 19 & 27; weeks 20 & 28; weeks 21 & 29; weeks 22 & 30; weeks 18, 23 & 38.

Rotation 2 – weeks 19 & 28; weeks 20 & 29; weeks 22 & 30; weeks 23 & 36; weeks 18, 23 & 38.

Rotation 3 – weeks 18 & 26; weeks 20 & 28; weeks 21 & 29; weeks 22 & 30; weeks 23 & 35.

 

To register your interest and to request full particulars, please contact Iain Campbell (email: smithston@live.co.uk or telephone 07920 515 751) or use our online form.