The Estate

Glenprosen Estate is a traditional Scottish sporting estate, offering the trio of highland field sports; grouse shooting, deer stalking and salmon fishing, complemented with unbeatable hospitality. The estate manages 21,500 acres and lies within the heart of the Angus Glens. Situated at the end of the single track road, the estate straddles the south-easterrn boundary of the Cairngorms National Park. For all its welcome seclusion, Glenprosen Estate is less than an hour's drive from Dundee and less than two hours from Aberdeen and Edinburgh airports. Salmon are caught on Glenprosen’s Kercock Beat on the River Tay, offering over 2-miles of double bank fishing.

Grouse Shooting

Glenprosen Estate offers both driven grouse shooting and shooting grouse over dogs from the Glorious 12th August through to the end of October. The Estate can be driven in all winds and typically shoots ten driven days and ten pointers days per season.

Deer Stalking

Stalking red stags on Glenprosen typically starts mid-September through to 20th October. The Estate takes up to 50 Stags per season across the hill ground, and can operate over three beats, with three stalking parties on the hill per day. Guests are guided by experienced stalkers and stags are on occasion collected by traditional hill ponies, or otherwise by ATV.

Salmon Fishing

Salmon fishing is offered on the River Tay, from 15th January through to the 15th October at Kercock Beat which has 2 and a quarter miles double-bank fishing and is also under the ownership of Glenprosen Estate. This beat is the closest part of the Tay to the estate and has a five-year average of 163 salmon and grilse. . The largest salmon caught on the Tay in over 20 years was caught by a guest on the beat in 2013.