Assynt Angling Group

Lochan Fada

An hour and fifteen minutes will bring you to this loch which lies beyond Cam Loch. Lots of free taking average fish, but reports of much larger fish are not uncommon.

Lochan Sgeireach

Easily accessed from the viewpoint on the B869, this deep, clear, thin loch produces hard to catch but often large trout. Some exceptional fish have been taken here in recent years although it can take more than one visit to entice one to take!

River Between Loch Gainimh & Loch Druim Suardalain

Between NC170194 & NC119218

A small spate river between Loch Gainimh and Loch Druim Suardalain. Good sporting trout in average sizes with the odd bigger fish and some salmon a sea trout late in the season. The river has two names -Abhainn na Clach Airigh changing mids-tream to Abhainn bad na h-Achlaise.

Uidh Fhearna River between Loch Veyatie and Fionn Loch

Between Grid References NC154155 & NC144162

A broad river flowing from Loch Veyatie into Fionn Loch, measuring just over 1 km in length by about 40 metres wide in places. Lots of trout in this river with good numbers in the 1lb region and some larger ones. Access from Veyatie or Fionn.

Un-named Loch - (‘Fiddle Loch’)

This rarely fished loch requires a 1 hour 15 minute walk from Inchnadamph. It holds trout of a reasonable average but stories of much larger fish having been seen abound.

Un-named Loch (‘Little Green’)

A testing hour and a half from the A894 road to Kyelsku, this is a small lochan known locally as 'Little Green' given its proximity to Lochan a Choire Ghuirm. A surprisingly large average size of fish for such a small water with much larger fish caught from year to year.

Un-named Loch at base of Suilven

A tough but rewarding 2 hour walk that takes you past Fionn Loch up to the western foot of Suilven. Superb quality golden trout that can be shy but are generally of a big average size.

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