Fishing in Loch Earn and River Earn

Originating in Loch Earn, the River Earn flows eastwards to join the Tay estuary south of Perth. An attractive medium sized river, the Earn offers trout, grayling, sea trout and salmon fishing. Loch Earn has good stocks of brown trout, rainbow trout and charr. Fishing available by boat or from the water’s edge.

Loch Tay, the makings of the River Tay that exits from its eastern end at the village of Kenmore. Salmon fishing in the loch can be exiting with the odd catch in the region of twenty five to thirty pounds. There are also good numbers of trout, charr, pike and roach. There are several interesting salmon beats in the first few miles of its journey, the best pools being around its junction with the River Lyon. Trout fishing in the Upper Tay is excellent. Good fly-fishing catches of wild brown trout to over two pounds are not remarkable, if you have the skill to do it!

Frandy Fishery – Glendevon

Frandy is a fly fishing upland reservoir based in the picturesque Ochil hills on Gleneagles Estate, Perthshire. Fly fishing for rainbow, brown & blue trout in Scotland at its very best. www.frandyfishery.com

More information on fishing can be found at the following links:
www.flyfishscotland.com
www.fishingnet.com
www.trossachsfishings.co.uk
www.anglingintayside.co.uk
www.visitscotland.com/guide/see-and-do


Special Fishing Break

This year we are in the fortunate position to have some exceptional fishermen to help you make the most of your break. Leading these holiday breaks is John McCallum, an experienced and winning fisherman with over 40 years experience.

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