Assynt Research Reports

The Assynt Angling Research Project ran from 2009-2011 as part of the national Social and Community Benefits of Angling research. It was undertaken by Substance and funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The project included two angler surveys, website development, online data collection, in-depth interviews with anglers, postcode surveys, a visitors’ survey and ongoing consultation with local groups.

On this page you can download all the reports from that project. Further reports and project outputs are available at: resources.anglingresearch.org.uk

Assynt Angling Final Report

Fishing for Answers: The Final Report of the Social and Community Benefits of Angling project 

Assynt Anglers Survey 2010

Assynt Trout Permit Sales Survey 2010

Assynt Angling Interim Report 2009

Latest comments
4 months ago
Anonymous said
Hi Ewan There aren't any online permits. However, if you ring the permit sellers they may be able to do something (no promises...
4 months ago
Ewan said
Hi I do a lot of cycling with the MTB in the hills and tracks & usually take a fly rod with me for a half hour or hour...
4 months ago
Tim Wilson said
Usually visit and fish in September but May this time proved more challenging.. Fished loch Beanoch from the boat. Caught...
Really enjoyable walk into the Bone Cave area with views all around - worth stopping every so often just to appreciate how...
5 months ago
admin said
Hi, Just to confirm this loch and the ones nearby are part of the Assynt Foundation's land and as such they fall under the...