Learn To Fly Fish For Wild Brown Trout & Wild Atlantic Salmon
Private “Learn Fly Fishing” Trips (no experience required) for individuals, families
(youngsters at least 8yrs), small groups, clubs & team programs and escapees from wherever.
Guided/Coaching Excursions for experienced Fly Fishers for Wild Brown Trout (Broon Troot!) and Wild Atlantic Salmon on private waters within private estates.
Scotland’s only Fly Fishing School and Wild Fishing Activity Provider to be awarded 5 stars by Visit Scotland
The Fishing Scotland School of Fly Fishing and Fly Casting provides private fishing trips for BRAVE wee Scottish Wild Brown Trout, Wild Atlantic Salmon and Northern Pike and guided/coaching fly fishing trips and excursions for experienced anglers.
Our private Learn Fly Fishing and Guided Fly Fishing excursions employ proven traditional Scottish fly casting techniques, honed and developed through generations of fly fishing experience here in Western Highland Scotland.
Fishing Scotland excursions include:
- Attendance of a full time guide/coach
- All required fishing tackle
- Fishing permits
- Land Rover transport from Roy Bridge/Spean Bridge to and from the fishing location/s of the day; pick up services available by arrangement at your accommodation. The railhead at Dalwhinnie or Newtonmore on the Edinburgh to Inverness line and at Roy Bridge and Spean Bridge from Glasgow, or the Caledonian sleeper from London Euston which arrives at Spean Bridge every day except Sunday on the button at 09:38 (you’ll be fishing by 10am!)
- Although we ask that you arrive dressed for the weather, we can even sort you out with wellie boots (if needed!)
Fly Fishing In The Highlands
Located at the junction of Glen Spean and the Great Glen, in West Highland Scotland with fishing available from Fort William, Glen Nevis, Loch Lochy, Loch Lundavra, the Rivers Spean and Roy, Ardverikie Estate (Monarch of The Glen’s – Glen Boggle). As well as, Corrour Estate in Lochaber which rests in the shadow of Ben Nevis, to the River Garry and River Oich to the southern shores of Loch Ness at Fort Augustus.
From Lochs Morar, Arkaig, Quoich, Inchlaggan and Garry in the west, through Glen Spean to the River Spey from its source above Laggan in Badenoch.
Fishing Scotland™ locations are hidden in secluded Highland glens and forests with easy road access from Fort William, Mallaig, Invergarry, Fort Augustus, the Isle of Skye, Newtonmore, Kingussie and Spean Bridge. Fishing Scotland’s locations offer excellent Wild Brown Trout and Northern Pike lochs, and Wild Atlantic Salmon rivers in the stunning rugged mountain splendour found only in Scotland. The habitat of Wild Red Deer, Golden Eagle, Osprey, Pine Marten, Otter, Red and Silver Squirrel, countless hill and forest birds and best of all…immense space and silence of all but nature’s whispers.
If you are interested in fishing here in Scotland please do browse our pages. You do not have to be fishing with Fishing Scotland™ to ask advice or questions on fishing, walking, cycling, windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing or any of the other great stuff we get up to here in the Highlands of Scotland. If you have any comments or would just like to talk fishin’! I will be very pleased to hear from you. Between 20:00 and 22:00, any evening is a good time to get a live response (We are out fishing all and every day).
Aye, James (your guide/coach)