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River Alness Salmon Fishing

salmon fishing on the novar fishings, river alness or river averon, ross-shire – raven’s rock

Raven's Rock, Novar Fishings

Welcome to - an information resource aimed at providing you with everything you need to know to access salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishing on the River Alness and the nearby River Glass.

On this site you can find information on the river and its beats, and a full sub-site providing detail of the Novar Fishings including beat descriptions and maps, catch returns, latest availability and pricing, and photo galleries. During the main season we provide updates where we can on latest catches.

SalmonQuestTV Channel on YouTube

A Recent Upload to SalmonQuestTV

The River Alness and Novar Fishings, are now featured in a series of videos on the SalmonQuestTV channel on YouTube. Some clips offer a brief tour of individual pools; others include action footage of anglers playing and landing fish.

link to salmonquesttv channel on youtube

Click on the logo to go to the SalmonQuestTV channel

All videos are in HD and best viewed in full screen at 720p HD setting, if your internet bandwidth permits.

Top 4 Small Scottish Rivers

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A poll of sporting agents in the latest edition of the Scottish Sporting Gazette puts the River Alness in the top 3 of small Scottish salmon rivers. More...

Accommodation Directory

We have just updated our accommodation directory, with plenty of options for anglers visiting the Alness in 2015.

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You can download it from our 'Where To Stay' page.

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