Callum Mackenzie Cup 2019

November 01, 2019

The 2018 winner, Leon Condrup from Sweden


Do you know a youngster who has enjoyed angling success this year?

The Callum Mackenzie Cup is awarded by Ballogie Estate Enterprises for the most notable fish, of any species, caught by a youngster within the Dee catchment, including Rivers Cowie and Carron or one of the many trout fisheries in the district.

Rules – The Most Notable Fish

  • Fisher must be under 18 years of age at time of catch
  • Any species of fish within the Dee catchment, including Rivers Cowie and Carron or one of the many trout fisheries in the district
  • Entries should include a short story about the capture of the fish
  • Picture, date and location of capture
  • Witness to confirm catch
  • Submissions will receive publicity through the local press and River Dee website.

All entries to the Callum Mackenzie Committee should be sent by e‐mail to info@riverdee.org or by mail to River Dee Office, Mill of Dinnet, Aboyne Aberdeenshire, AB34 5LA

Closing Date for entries: Friday 10 January 2020

Read more about the trophy and the late Callum Mackenzie by clicking here.


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