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Some of our fishing trip locations


A great place to see iconic wildlife like the golden eagle, otters, red deer, seals, dolphins and much, much more, and then there’s the fishing! With ancient ferox trout up to 30lbs, very large pike, and good runs of salmon and sea trout most anglers would be more than happy with the freshwater options alone. Add to this top class fishing in the salt and you can see why Argyll is fast becoming Scotland’s premier angling destination.


Known as the ‘Queen of the hebrides’ Islay is home to some of the world’s best whiskys and some of Scotland’s best sea trout fishing, with excellent brown trout and salt options too. A mix of distillery tours (of which there are 8 on this small island) and fishing trips to lochs and rocks makes for a highly enjoyable island adventure!


Scotland’s capital and a very attractive and richly historic small city, Edinburgh is a great place to explore and an excellent base for accessing some top class fishing for Salmon, Trout, Pike, Grayling and Saltwater species.


The heart of Scotland, Perthshire, is a lush, green, fresh and fertile land. With majestic mountains, productive rivers, remote lochs and pretty villages Perthshire is very inviting. What’s more it’s easily accessed from the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling or Perth. There’s superb fishing for Salmon, Trout and Pike.

3 day 5 day and 7 day packages in the Highlands and Islands


With spectacular brown trout, sea trout, salmon and salt fishing, Sutherland is a fly-fishers’ paradise. Located at the very north west of the Scottish mainland it’s got everything you’ve ever imagined about Scotland’s outdoors.


The friendliest people, the warmest welcome, some truly ancient history, fantastic whisky and fishing good enough to make you move here, Orkney is an absolute must see, and well worth making time for. To see details and a video on facebook of our annual Trophy Trout Trip click here

Skye and Raasay

Without doubt the most spectacular scenery in Scotland, Skye is well known for good reason, it also happens to have some amazing salt fishing and excellent hiking potential. It’s lesser known neighbour – Raasay is one of Scotland’s authentic hidden gems.


If you like to spot a few rare birds while fishing then Mull is the place. Well known as a birder’s paradise Mull also boasts British record skate in its inshore waters. Great days out can be had walking into the wilds, over hill tops, revealing spectacular views, on the way to a loch to fish for the wild, beautifully spotted trout.