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1. Croe
2. Moidart
3. Lochy
4. Aline
5. Awe
6. Orchy

The west coast of Scotland is a made up of deep sea lochs, montains, interconnecting rivers and inland lochs. Fishing is to be found on a host of short spate rivers such as the Croe, Moidart and lochy. Rainfall in the west is much higher so you have to be in the right place at the right time.

 

You will also find Loch Awe in this region. The Awe is famous for its monster brown trout and today is a favourite spot for rainbow trout fishing.


Loch Etive Boat Hire

Loch Etive Boat Hire
I in Taynuilt near Oban Scotland. Try your hand at fly fishing for trout or just explore the beautiful & dramatic scenery. Loch Etive has it all, take charge of one of the 16 foot boats for a day to remember!

Loch Etive

Portsonachan Hotel.

Portsonachan Hotel.
Portsonachan is steeped in history and the Clan Campbell stronghold of Kilchurn Castle stands at the north eastern end of Loch Awe, which is Scotland's premier 'Wild' fishing loch. The 27 mile long fresh water loch is home to a wide assortment of fish. You can catch char, salmon, pike and trout, both brown and rainbow. Loch Awe held the record for the largest brown trout caught in Britain in the year 2000 with a weight just shy of 32lbs. There is no need to pay for an expensive permit when staying at our hotel, we allow our guests to fish for free on our land.

Loch Awe

Great Glen

Great Glen
Rainbow trout fishing on stocked ponds. Fishing competitions and corporate parties welcome.

Spean Bridge

Fishing Fort William

Fishing Fort William
Fort William is the gateway to the West Highlands of Scotland and to some of the most beautiful countryside in Scotland made famous by the many films which have used this area for location. It is also the starting point for a fishing experience in the wealth of lochs and rivers amongst the mountains and glens that surround the town. In this website you will find a complete fishing guide to the area with details on fishing permits, boat hire, tackle, accommodation as well as some helpful advice on fishing methods and tackle.

Fort William

Ardbrecknish

Ardbrecknish House
All year round self catering and B&B, Bar. Meals for most of the year. Anglers particularly welcome . Freezer storage. Permits for Loch Awe, Boat hire.

Loch Awe

Ardtornish

Ardtornish Estate
Salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Aline, Loch Arienas and Loch Doire nam Mart. Loch Tearnait and other hill lochs yield indigenous brown trout.

Aline

Loch Awe Boats

Loch Awe Boats
Motor/Row Boats and Canoes for hire every day from 8.00am - 6.00pm for safe expeditions on Scotland's longest inland loch set in magnificent West Highland scenery. Awe is renowned for large stocks of wild Brown Trout (British Record), Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Char, Perch and monster Pike.

Loch Awe

Loch Awe

Loch Awe
Salmon, brown trout, rainbow trout and pike. Loch Awe Communtiy web-site. Loch is famous for big browns and bows,

Loch Awe

Dunoon & District Angling Club

Dunoon & District Angling Club
Salmon and trout fishing on LochsTarsan, Loskin and Dunoon Reservoir and on Rivers Massan, Cur, Finnart and Ruel

Dunoon

Orchy

River Orchy
Auch, Loch Tulla, Inveroran, Upper Craig, Dalmally, Craig Lodge, Lower Craig beats

Orchy

Fasnacloich

Fasnacloich information required.
Lodge for 10 - Salmon fishing 2/4 rods on River Creran and loch - Trout fishing - Red and roe deer stalking - Lodge and fishing from £2700 per week. Loch and river fishing with a boat available.

Creran

Blairquhan

Blairquhan
Lodge for 21 - Salmon fishing for 4/6 rods - Trout fishing - Milton House for £1500 per week - Fishing by arrangement. 18 named pools on the Water of Girvan providing salmon fishing for a maximum of six rods, fly only, the best period being from mid-July through to the end of October. There are also two trout lochs on the estate both with boats available to tenants, as well as a loch on the hill.

Water of Girvan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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