Old Photograph River Deveron Scotland
Old photograph of men in a fishing boat on the River Deveron near Banff, Scotland. The river has a length of 60 miles, and has a reputation for its Atlantic salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishing. In its upper reaches peaty water flows over a bottom of shingle and rock and is fast flowing. The river has its source in the Ladder Hills between Glenbuchat and the Cabrach, part of the Grampian mountains range. It begins as a small highland stream among peaty and heather covered country before leaving the hills and entering the rolling lowlands of fertile farmland. The two main streams in its upper course are the Alt Deveron and the Black Water.
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