Strathfillan AA

Location

Crianlarich



Summary

Salmon and Brown Trout fishing
on approximately 5 miles of
the River Fillan with 3 miles
of double bank fishing and two
miles of single bank. Plus
half a mile of bank fishing on
Loch Iubhair.


Description

The Association waters inlcude
Salmon and Trout fishing on 5
miles of the River Fillan,
half a mile of bank fishing
for Salmon and Trout on Loch
Iubhair, 5 miles of trout
fishing on the River Lochy and
trout fishing on Lochan Na Bi.

Ben Lui is known as the source
of the River Tay, the water
from here flows down Glen
Cononish where the river
changes its name to the River
Fillan.
The Fillan is a typical spate
river which when the water is
right can fish very well.
Salmon usually arrive in June
depending on conditions, with
fish moving into the river
right up to the end of the
season.
The river can be covered quite
easily with a single handed
rod. Spinning is also pemitted.
The trout fishing is also very
good. The lovely thing about
the river is its beautiful
clear water. Trout of up to
3lbs are not uncommon.




Scotland/Tay Beat


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Contact Details

Colin McGeoch
Strathfillan AA
Crianlarich Village Hall
Crianlarich
FK20 8QN

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