You will discover a tremendous variety of species when fishing in the hundreds of rivers and lochs around Scotland. From beautiful Highland rivers to secluded island lochs, there are excellent salmon, trout and coarse fishing opportunities in some of the most picturesque areas of the country.
VIEWS FROM THE WATER
From the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders to Loch Awe in Argyll, you'll find yourself totally immersed in the finest Scottish landscapes. You might even have an entire water course to yourself.
BEGINNERS AND GROUPS
Whatever your level or ability, there are many companies that offer lessons for beginners and those looking to brush up on their techniques. Groups are welcome in many fishing areas, where you can learn from friendly ghillies and guides who will happily share some pointers and advise on the prime fishing spots. Why not come and try it with a few friends or the family, and see who can hook the biggest catch?
Advice for those new to fishing:
- Go salmon fishing in the Highlands
- Head out into the river for trout fishing
- Enjoy a memorable fly fishing break with Scotia Fishing
If you prefer sea fishing then Scotland's long and rugged coastline provides fabulous angling opportunities for both boat and shore anglers. You will also find many quality charters available to take you in search of that next great catch. There are numerous species offshore but the skate, cod and beagle shark fishing off the west coast are a favourite with visitors and locals alike.