Your Team

A font of local knowledge

Your Team

You can be sure of expert local knowledge with our friendly, well-qualified team.

With experience in everything from guiding and wildlife tourism to casting and nature conservation, our staff will help you get the most from a Country Sports holiday in Glen Tanar.

  • Colin McClean

    Colin McClean

    Wildlife Manager

    Colin has 25 years’ experience in wildlife management. He is responsible for blending nature conservation with traditional Highland stalking and field sports, as well as for developing wildlife tourism opportunities.

  • Colin Espie

    Colin Espie

    Deer stalker & Ghillie

    Colin manages the deer population across the estate to keep numbers in balance with the habitat in a beautiful nature reserve. As well as guiding shooting guests, Colin works on habitat management for a range of species and has intimate knowledge of all parts of the estate. During the fishing season Colin works on the Deecastle beat on the River Dee.

  • Fergus Cumming

    Fergus Cumming

    Deer stalker & Ghillie

    Fergus manages the deer population across the estate to keep numbers in balance and protect the nature reserve and the species on it. During the fishing season Fergus ghillies on the Headinch & Cambus beat on the River Dee.

  • Craig McDonald

    Craig McDonald

    Deer stalker & Ghillie

    During the Spring, Craig is the ghillie on Waterside and Ferrar beat. He is a fully qualified casting instructor and enjoys helping visitors improve at a sport he is passionate about. Craig is our instructor in the learn-to-fish sessions, and has a keen interest in wildlife and conservation. He loves working outdoors on the hill or river alongside his labrador, Brodie.

  • Aidan McRae

    Aidan McRae

    Underkeeper

    The youngest of our keepers, Aidan McRae has a keen interest in conservation and wildlife, and especially likes working outdoors.

  • George Murray

    George Murray

    Ghillie

    George is a vastly experienced ghillie on the Craigendinnie Beat, where he has worked from March to September, for the last 17 years. Good with people of all ages and abilities, George enjoys introducing new fishers to the river, and encouraging others to enjoy this beautiful place.

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