There are a number of estates around Dundee & Angus offering a variety of country sporting pursuits. The Strathmore Estate, located 12 miles north of Dundee, comprises of 14,000 acres of arable farms, conifer woodland and hilly ground surrounding the historic Glamis Castle. The estate offers a number of sporting opportunities, the highlight being its world-renowned pheasant and partridge shoot. With over 30 years’ experience, the estate’s Head Keeper assisted by his two bear keepers are highly skilled in running first class days out. Roe stalking, duck and goose flighting and pigeon shooting can also be arranged.
Found beside the small town of Brechin, the Glenprosen Estate is a quality sporting estate in one of the most accessible parts of the Scottish Highlands. Extending to about 8,357 acres in total, the estate is situated in the heart of a region which has long been famed for the quality and prolificity of its driven grouse shooting and red deer stalking. The estate’s deer stalking season runs from July to March, while salmon angling is offered on the River South Esk from January to October.
At the foot of Glenprosen lies the near 4000 acre Pearsie Estate. Planted widely with gamecrops and well laid-out woods to provide additional cover, Pearsie offers superb driven pheasant and partridge shooting. The drives are varied and the terrain offers scope for a wide range of preferences.
Owned for generations by the Earls of Dalhousie, the three Estates at Brechin, Edzell and Invermark offer the full range of Scottish country sports: grouse and low ground shooting, deer stalking, and river and loch fishing. Dalhousie offers the field sports enthusiast a wealth of opportunities all set against the glorious backdrop of the Grampians.