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Places to fish where boats are available.

Loch Culag (The School Loch)

Boat ONLY  fishing, located at NC097218

Next to the road just south of Lochinver and home to the local school, Culag has both plenty of hard fighting trout and also migrating salmon and sea trout. Boat only fishing.

Loch Druim Suardalain (The Glen Loch)

Boat ONLY at NC109218.

Easily accessed from Lochinver and a very attractive water with Canisp and Suilven in the background, the Geln Loch has lots of average trout but also salmon and sea trout later in the season.

Loch Drumbeg

Loch Drumbeg is a famous, large loch easily visible beside the B869 at Drumbeg. A beautiful location, there is a boat available and you can also fish much of the way around by bank. Although an easily accessible day's fishing, the far side from the road has lots of trees which can take a bit of negotiating. If on the boat try in and around the islands.

There are lots of trout, but they are mostly at the smaller end of the spectrum, but it can be prolific sport at times with top of the water action.

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Loch Feith an Leothaid

A rough 1½ hour walk from Little Assynt will bring you to this large hill loch. Baskets of free rising trout of varying average size are what it’s about here. A great day out.

Loch Leathed a'Bhaile Fhoghair (Lexy's Loch)

A beautiful loch that can be the starting point of a day up in Stoer's hill lochs, or a qucik visit in the morning or evening when it fishes better.

Either park in Stoer and walk down the unmarked track that leads off the B869 by the cemetery, or drive down here about half a mile. You will reach the loch at its western edge and can fish right around the bays, drop offs and islands.

Trout are mostly around the half pound mark and the southern side can be better, but harder to fish.

Head on from here to Loch Poll an Droighinn, Lochan Dubh and Loch na h-Uidhe Doimhne

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Loch Leitir Easidh

Directions: Park at the car park at NC 172262 on the A837 just before Loch Assynt Lodge. There is an all-abilities disabled access path to the loch, where there is an excellent boat, a jetty and boathouse and a toilet.

Accessibility - All Abilities Access
This loch is part of the All Abilities walk developed by the Culag Community Woodland Trust (CCWT).

Loch na h-Innse Fraoich

Directions: Leave the A837 near Loch Assynt Lodge. There is an all-abilities disabled access path to the loch, where there is an excellent boat, a jetty and boathouse and a toilet.

Accessibility - All Abilities Access
This loch is part of the All Abilities walk developed by the Culag Community Woodland Trust (CCWT). It has a boat on it that has been made suitable for disabled access, changeable for left and right handed use and with the option to sit astride rather than only forward or back facing.

Loch Poll

The largest loch on the Crofter's estate, Loch Poll has trout of all sizes - from the usual half pounders to significantly larger fish. It is best fished from a boat which is located at NC099316 and boats tickets are available from the Drumbeg Hotel.
 
It is also a boundary loch, as it neighbours another estate so be sure to check which areas are included and excluded before fishing.

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Loch Veyatie

A long, thin, roadside loch with lots of trout of varying size. 30+ fish of average size per day is not uncommon but there are much better ones to be caught in there amongst them. Also has shoals of char and some ferox - some leviathans lurk here!

Lochan Fearna

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Although sitting in North Assynt, this is part of the privately owned Lagg Fishery. Lagg provides stocked rainbow trout fishing.

Permit Prices are:
Half day - 4 hours - 2 fish - £20.00  :  6 hours - 3 fish - £30.00
Sporting ticket - 4 hours - catch and release with barb-less hooks - £15.00 : 6 hours - £20.00
Boat hire £10.00 per person or £15.00 for 2 people
http://www.laggtroutfishery.co.uk/

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