Try shooting, archery and fishing at The Gleneagles Shooting And Fishing School, based at the Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire.
The Gleneagles Shooting and Fishing School has a world-class reputation for providing an unrivalled sporting layout and the most expert instruction in sporting clay target shooting, air rifle shooting and archery, at all skill levels.
Clay Pigeon Shooting: If you would like more practice on simulated teal, high pheasant or running hare or simply enjoy the exhilaration of the clay pigeon target shooting ranges, the Gleneagles Shooting School offers the very best in terms of sporting clays facilities and equipment. The School has a world-class reputation for providing an unrivalled sporting layout and the very best expert instruction in sporting clay target shooting, at all skill levels.
Air Rifle Shooting: Using the most advanced pre-charged air rifles on the dedicated 55m outdoor 12-lane rifle range, the expert shooting instructors will hone your precision shooting skills. Welfare is paramount: each and every participant is versed on safe weapon handling and the effectiveness of high-powered air rifles.
Archery: “Toeing the line” on the dedicated range will enable you to learn the basics of target archery in all its practice and forms. Using the recurve bows your instructor will teach, inform and develop your skill in this ancient sport.
Fishing: Gleneagles’ trout lochs provide the finest fishing experience – for the expert seeking to extend their range or for a wonderful introduction to the sport. Their ghillies provide a fisherman’s knowledge of the water, and some wry local humour, as well as advice on the best tackle, flies and strategies for a truly unforgettable experience.
Lessons from two hours are available for everyone aged eight and over, with rods and tackle included in the booking fee. Experienced fly-fishers will find the fabled River Tay nearby, while salmon fishing can be arranged off-property in season.To carefully control the conditions for trout fishing, the number of rods on the lochs are strictly limited, ensuring maximum enjoyment for guests.
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