Walked up and rough Shooting – Mixed game walked up shooting at both Brechin Castle and Invermark for groups of up to 10 guns with an expectation of up to 10 head of game per Gun. Species include pheasants, wildfowl, woodcock, pigeons, rabbits and hares and, in season, at Invermark, grouse, snipe and mountain hares in addition.
Salmon Fishing on Rivers Northesk and Southesk
Boat fishing on Loch Lee – Loch Lee at Invermark is one of those special wild fisheries. Up to 90 feet deep it not only offers excellent fly fishing for brown trout but also for ferox and landlocked arctic char, not to mention the chance of a salmon making its way to the spawning areas upstream. You may also see Osprey and Sea Eagle. Fishing can be booked with the Head Keeper by telephone (01356 670208) or through Dalhousie Estates.
Wildlife & Cultural Tours led by one of our gamekeepers, Andy Malcolm, on the wonderful Invermark Estate
- Day and half day wildlife walks
- Fieldcraft outings
- Walk and Stalk – camera stalking of the majestic red deer
- See up to 10 species of birds of prey; also red grouse, black grouse and ptarmigan, red and roe deer, mountain hares, otters, red squirrels, moorland waders and countless other al species and diverse botantical rarities
- Pictish Ruins, abandoned settlements, silver mines and the fortified tower, Invermark Castle; also the more recent Rowan monument and Queens Well where Queen Victoria paused on her horseback travels
- Coastal wildlife and cultural day trips around the County of Angus