Lochan Fearna

As with Gorm loch Mor, walk up from the track in Nedd at NC137319, heading west at its end. Stop at Locahan Dubh for a few casts before moving onto Lochan Fearna, which reputedly has some good sized trout, although hard to catch.

If it's a full day out, from there, head on to Loch Poll a'Mhuic over the ridge to the west, or from Fearna's southern tip head south west to Loch a'Bhraighe and Loch Torr na h-Eigin.

Details

OS Grid: NC130314
Decimal: 58.231490, -5.186552
Degrees: 58° 13' 53.364" N, 5° 11' 11.5872" W
Fishing details: Assynt Crofters' Trust
Permit details: £5/day, £25/week from usual outlets

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