Fishing the Hill Lochs
There are hundreds of lochs in the hills and many of which haven't seen a fisherman for years. They nearly all have a good stock of brown trout often only weighing around 6oz but they are usually free rising and give great sport on light rods. But there are big ones out there; fishermen always have tales of big fish from some ridiculously small lochs! Quite a few of the lochs also hold arctic char, although catching them often takes some more unusual tactics .
I choose lochs according to the time of year and the weather – it may be by boat on a large loch, or from the shore on a small sheltered loch. There is always somewhere to fish.
Some of the lochs are deep, dark and peaty with steep banks and others are remarkably clear with stony bottoms where stalking is possible. Within a short distance you can find lochs with completely different characters.
For a beginner, Argyll and its diversity is a wonderful learning opportunity. After an after a hour or so of casting lessons we can head for the hill lochs, a river or the stocked pools of Inverawe.
Cost includes all fishing equipment required, boat hire and life jackets, day permits, and all help and instruction. Also includes morning or afternoon tea and coffee, and on full days, a picnic lunch.
Telephone 01866 822087
Telephone 07876 500544
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Argyll Guided is personally owned and run by Chris Wolfe
Lismore Apartment, Lonan House, Taynuilt, By Oban, Argyll, PA35 1HY