Loch Suaineabhal, about 3 miles long, is the headwear of the Fhorsa system and fishing from an estate boat provides salmon, ferox and brown trout. From there the river runs into Loch Slacsabhat where salmon and brown trout can be fished from the bank or 2 boats. From the bank the river is then fished down through 15 named pools, 7 of which are tidal, to the sea and the renowned 'Bruton Stream', providing one of the few opportunities to catch salmon and sea trout in salt water. Many of the tidal pools are ideal for beginners wishing to catch an estuary trout. The resident ghillie can also organise sea trips (weather permitting) on the estate's RIB, whether to fish for mackerel or for exploring the coast line and lagoons. Recent catches of over 100 salmon, 50 sea trout & 400 brown trout make the Fhorsa system a tremendous all round fishery complimented by a lodge in a fabulous setting.
It was described by Lord Leverhulme's niece, who was given the lodge by him as a wedding present, as having a "scene which surely has few equals in all Britain for sheer breathtaking loveliness". Inside the lodge the atmosphere is warm and comfortable. The accommodation includes a sitting room, laundry room, drying room and large kitchen. Upstairs are 1 double bed and 2 twins (all en-suite) plus 4 twins and a single sharing bathrooms and separate w.c. The lodge is let with the services of a good cook, but can also be taken on a self-catering basis.
Stalking, shooting and other activities:
Stalking and shooting can be let by arrangement on a neighbouring estate.
The Uig sands are ideal for kite surfing, sand yachting and together with other nearby beaches are popular for kayaking and beach combing. A nine-hole links golf course, recently renovated, provides sport of a different kind for guests of all ages.
Sight seeing trips to Callanish standing stones, the Broch and tweed mills along with speedboat trips to St Kilda are other popular outings, making Uig Lodge a perfect base for a memorable Hebridean holiday.