All Comments and Fishing Reports

Below you can find all comments and fishing reports left on the site (most recent first).

  • Cam Loch   1 week 6 days ago

    Hi Simon

    All the info about which permits are here:

    http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/outlets

    and here

    http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/?q=maps/boundary

    You will need am Eastern Zone Assynt Angling Group permit for Cam.

    Urigill is with the Oykell Bridge Hotel I think (outside the Assynt area):

    https://oykelbridgehotel.com/loch-fishing/guide-to-lochs/

    Hope that helps
    Adam

  • Cam Loch   2 weeks 15 hours ago

    Hello,
    I am planning a trip to fish these lochs.I first learnt to fly fish some 20 years ago with friends on Loch Veyatie.can i get tickets and book a boat for myself only on theses lochs and where best to get permits.I will be camping in campsites.Will be heading up there this weds/thurs from Skye.

    Any info much appreciated

    Simon

  • General Comments   3 weeks 6 days ago

    You're probably best contacting the Assynt Foundation to ask as South Zone is mostly on their land.

  • General Comments   5 weeks 5 days ago

    Hi,i'm heading up next week. Looking to fish some remote, high lochs in the South zone. Are there any access issues as a result of deer stalking in the area. Thanks

  • General Comments   6 weeks 5 days ago

    Hi

    Yes you can. There is an update from both the Assynt Anglers Group and the Assynt Crofters' Trust in the comments section on the right (see Covid Update AAG and Covid Update ACT).

    Details of all vendors are under the Places to Fish tab on this website:

    http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/outlets

    ACT: http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/outlets#act
    AAG: http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/outlets#aag

    Opening hours may change so might be worth ringing in advance.

    Hope that helps
    Adam

  • General Comments   6 weeks 5 days ago

    Hi don't know if my messages are getting through but can you get the permits to other vendors.They only available at the hardware store in lochinver a few weeks ago.thanks

  • General Comments   6 weeks 6 days ago

    Hi, Thanks - yes we are aware of this and have raised it. We are independent of all the organisations who own the fishing and have no control over their website, which has been down for a while. You should be able to get all the information that was on that on here anyway, but let us know if there's something particular you need to know.
    Best regards
    ADdam

  • General Comments   7 weeks 11 hours ago

    The site appears to not be working ,nor is the link to it from your info.org website

  • General Comments   11 weeks 4 days ago

    The Assynt Angling Group fishing will be open to all from July 3rd. This will include both boat and bank.

    Advice for anglers:
    GENERAL GUIDANCE:
    If you have symptoms do not leave home and follow Government advice.
    Practice Good Hygiene - Use hand sanitiser before and after touching locks, gates etc. Disposable gloves and use of face masks where appropriate are recommended.
    GETTING TO YOUR LOCH
    You should only travel to fishing venues on your own or with members of your household – comply with all current guidelines on social distancing whilst traveling/walking.
    MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING
    Maintain distance from other people (unless members of your household) in line with Government guidance.
    FISHING TACKLE
    Do not share any fishing tackle or other items.
    ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE FOR BOATS
    Boats will only be used for one booking per day, swapping anglers is not permitted.
    Boats should only be shared by persons from the same household.
    While using boats, please try to minimise contact and we ask that all anglers wipe down surfaces/contact points after use.
    Due to the difficulties in cleaning and sanitizing of lifejackets, we ask that where possible, anglers use their own lifejackets

  • General Comments   11 weeks 4 days ago

    Information from Assynt Crofters' Trust

    From the 3rd fishing will be open to all again, but not boats. There is more work to do to ensure cleaning/disinfecting plans are in place.

    The ACT office in Stoer is open Mon-Fri 9-3pm for permits.

    Boats will be available from 20th July, also from the office.

    The Trust want people to be sensible - keep the necessary distance and wash hands regularly. There will be sanitiser in the office to clean rowlocks etc.

    There are no price changes this year.

  • General Comments   12 weeks 2 days ago

    The Assynt Angling Group permits will be on sale from July 3rd.

    I am hoping to get a full update uploaded this weekend, I just need to find out a bit more detail on what's happening across the board.

    (FYI we are not sellers of permits).
    Best, Adam

  • Loch Dubh   12 weeks 2 days ago

    Hi I have been in touch with the Assynt Angling Group - Loch Dubh is with them - and their permits will only be on sale from July 3rd.

    (FYI we are not sellers of permits).

    I am hoping to get a full update uploaded this weekend, I just need to find out a bit more detail on what's happening across the board.

    Best, Adam

  • General Comments   12 weeks 2 days ago

    just wondering if the trout fishing has started up again and if there are any issues getting permits . i am planning to head up end of next week as travel restrictions will be eased
    jmb

  • Loch Dubh   12 weeks 3 days ago

    Hii its too see if i could get 2 day permits for saterday for dubh lock ? Came across this lovley lock when we were sea fishing. Since our local river is very low with no rain at the moment we would like to try new places. Catch and release we do aswell

  • General Comments   17 weeks 1 day ago

    Will fishing in assynt re open on the 28th of may?

  • General Comments   17 weeks 1 day ago

    From the 28th of may will we be able to buy permits from the usual places again. Is assynt angling opening up?

  • Leave Your Comments   22 weeks 15 min ago

    Trying to find out what's happening with it - it may be due to the current situation but will update as soon as we can.
    Adam

  • Leave Your Comments   23 weeks 1 day ago

    Still seems to be down and its now 11th april.
    Any update ?

  • Loch Drumbeg   24 weeks 4 days ago

    Had a great day in July 2018 with my mate. The fish may be smaller but they fight like wee buggers. Great fun but don't let everyone know. The setting is unbelievable

  • Leave Your Comments   34 weeks 6 days ago

    Hi Brendan

    All the AAG boats are now done through Mackay's Hardware, Culag Gardens, Lochinver IV27 4JR (01571 844 442)

    I think you can book in advance but ring them to confirm.

    Details on all permits and boats are here:
    http://www.assyntanglinginfo.org.uk/outlets

    FYI - were are not the AAG but cover all fishing in ASsynt. The AAG website seems to be down - will enquire what's happening with it.

    Best regards
    Adam

  • Leave Your Comments   35 weeks 1 day ago

    Good Afternoon AAA
    We are a group of six anglers coming for a week during June 2020
    Can we book boats in advance or do we book them on the day
    Any info on this is much appreciated
    Kind regards
    Brendan Burns

  • General Comments   36 weeks 5 days ago

    Hi
    Sounds like the one - good news! I have sent you email.

  • General Comments   37 weeks 1 day ago

    Hi Adam. Sorry but I have only just seen your post. My friend lost a small bag with a number of fly boxes etc when we were fishing in early Sept 19. We were fishing the 2 un-named lochs just to the east of the Clachtol road. We had parked the car beside the path down to Alltan na Bradhan. He did check with local police in case it had been handed in. Can you let me know how best to contact you? Many thanks Colin Campbell

  • General Comments   52 weeks 14 hours ago

    Hi I found a fishing bag when out last week. If you or anyone you know of has lost a bag with flies in it recently please get in touch with me asap. Cheers Adam Brown

  • Leave Your Comments   1 year 9 weeks ago

    It's that time of year again to give some support to the Assynt Fishing Feis. This is an important event for locals and visitors, young and old. It includes fun fishing-related games, information, discussions, professional fly tying lessons, qualified fly casting coaching sessions as well as great food and drink available. There's also a fishing competition juniors and adults.

    It's run by Stuart Yates of Assynt Fly Fishing (https://www.facebook.com/assyntflyfishing/) and there is a crowd funding page to help pay for it - please donate if you can.

    https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/assynt-fishing-feis-2019

    Thanks
    Adam

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