Old Travel Blog Photograph Fisherman Grantown On Spey Scotland

Old travel Blog photograph of a fly fisherman in Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland. The River Spey is 107 miles long. It rises at over 1,000 feet at Loch Spey in Corrieyairack Forest in the Scottish Highlands, 10 miles South of Fort Augustus. The river descends through Newtonmore and Kingussie, crossing Loch Insh before reaching Aviemore, giving its name to Strathspey. From there it flows the remaining 60 miles North East to the Moray Firth, reaching the sea 5 miles West of Buckie. Speyside distilleries produce more whisky than any other region. The Speyside Way, a long distance footpath, follows the river through some of Moray's most beautiful scenery.

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