As well as salmon fishing, various activities can be arranged on the estate.  Please contact us for details or to discuss:

  • Deer Stalking – The glen and surrounding hills have strong populations of roe deer and fallow deer, as well as some red deer.  Deer stalking can be arranged with the estate at any time of year subject to the usual seasons.
  • Shooting – Rough or driven shooting (pheasants, partridges) can be arranged with the estate.  Goose (greylag, Canada, and pinkfoot) and duck (mostly mallard and teal) flighting may also be available.
  • Trout Fishing – Fishing for wild brown trout can be arranged on the river, or on two hill lochs.  Access is on foot, or by 4×4 with reasonable clearance.  An estate ghillie can be arranged for novice fishermen and/or to drive you to/from the lochs.
  • Walking – Milton of Drimmie has a number of footpaths passing through it – including the Cateran trail – and covers a range of different habitats. Please do speak to us so we can let you know where is best to go for the time of year – and whether there are areas we would prefer you to avoid (for livestock, deer management or other farm activities).
  • Wildlife – The rivers at Milton of Drimmie are part of the River Tay Special Area of Conservation. Our hill ground, nearby, is part of the Forest of Clunie Site of Special Scientific Interest & Special Protection Area – 50,000 acres of heather moorland, bogs, and hill lochs where you might find any of the following:

Badger | Beaver | Brown Hare | Brown Long-Eared Bat | Fallow Deer | Field Vole | Hedgehog | Mink | Mole | Mountain Hare | Otter | Pine Marten | Rabbit | Red Deer | Red Fox | Red Squirrel | Roe Deer | Scottish Wildcat | Shrew | Stoat | Weasel | Wild BoarBarn Owl | Black Grouse | Blackbird | Blackcap | Black-Headed Gull | Black-Throated Diver | Blue Tit | Bullfinch | Buzzard | Canada Goose | Carrion Crow | Chaffinch | Coal Tit | Collared Dove | Common Gull | Common Sandpiper | Common Swift | Coot | Cormorant | Crossbill | Cuckoo | Curlew | Dabchick (Little Grebe) | Dipper | Dunlin | Dunnock | Feral Pigeon | Fieldfare | French Partridge | Goldfinch | Goosander | Goshawk | Great Black-Backed Gull | Great Spotted Woodpecker | Great Tit | Green Plover (Lapwing / Peewit) | Greenfinch | Grey Heron | Grey Partridge | Grey Wagtail | Greylag Goose | Hen Harrier | Herring Gull | House Martin | House Sparrow | Jackdaw | Jay | Kestrel | Kingfisher | Lesser Black-Backed Gull | Lesser Redpoll | Linnet | Long-Eared Owl | Long-Tailed Tit | Magpie | Mallard | Meadow Pipit | Merlin | Mistle Thrush | Moorhen | Mute Swan | Osprey | Oystercatcher | Peregrine | Pheasant | Pied Wagtail | Pink-Footed Goose | Raven | Red Grouse | Red Kite | Redstart | Redwing | Rook | Sand Martin | Sedge Warbler | Short-Eared Owl | Siskin | Skylark | Snipe | Song Thrush | Sparrowhawk | Spotted Flycatcher | Starling | Stock Dove | Stonechat | Swallow | Tawny Owl | Teal | Tree Pipit | Tree Sparrow | Treecreeper | Tufted Duck | Twite | Wheatear | Whinchat | Wigeon | Willow Warbler | Wood Warbler | Woodcock | Woodpigeon | Wren | Yellowhammer | Common Frog | Common Toad | Salmon | Trout