Dee (Kirkcudbright) District Salmon Fisheries Board

The Rivers Dee, Ken and Deugh are the main rivers that make up Kirkcudbright’s Dee River System. There are over fifty miles of river and the catchment covers four hundred square miles, which make it the largest of South West Scotland’s rivers. The role of the Dee (Kirkcudbright) District Salmon Fisheries Board is to oversee the maintenance of the lochs, rivers and streams that make up the Dee River System, and to see to the well being of the fish that are in them.  Click here to visit their website.