For more detail - see BOOK DAYS below
Type of fishing: Trout, Arctic Char, Sea Trout and Salmon.
The catch table tab shows the combined catches for the whole of the 100 Loch Fishings which comprises Finsbay, Flodabay and Stockinish.
Hut with facilities
Children 15 years old and under can fish for free but must be accompanied by a responsible adult and everyone should wear a life vest.
Please ensure you follow the Scottish Government's COVID-19 recommendations. There is no use of boats or huts until further notice.
The fishings comprise about 50 lochs on Finsbay, 35 on Flodabay and 17 on Stockinish of a variety of sizes each with two separate tributaries to the sea. Some of the lochs are near the road, most can be reached within thirty minutes, and the most distant are within an hour's walk. There is a system of daily rotation.
Anyone looking to fish purely for Brown Trout on the Finsbay fishings during the months of March, April and May, can obtain a rod for the week priced at £30, please contact the fishery direct. Rod availability and prices shown are for Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout permits.
Figures in the catch charts include those for Flodabay and Stockinish systems, however these are shown separately on their individual pages.)
Gillie available at extra charge (£40 per day)
Up to 20 boats available - no charge with oars, extra charge for outboard motor on Haumabhat only. (£7 per day)
A special low boat is available for the disabled which carries up to three anglers and a ghillie (a motor is necessary for this boat and a gillie is compulsory)
Accommodation is available in Two Water Lodge which sleeps up to 12 in 5 bedrooms (one double room, two are family rooms with three single beds and two twin bedrooms (no pets), and Cliff Cottage which sleeps 6 in three twin bedded rooms. A put me up bed + cot is available for use in either property. Cliff is dog-friendly.
We also have three new chalets which sit on the site of the old Finsbay Lodge beside the hut on the Finsbay system. Each has three bedrooms, open plan sitting room with dining area/kitchen. One has a conservatory overlooking the river into the sea pool. All have disabled access and a downstairs bedroom and wet room as well as two bedrooms upstairs one of which is en-suite and a further family bathroom. Arran Lodge is dog friendly.
Contact details for accommodation: Mrs G Tunnah, 6 Leac a Li, Isle of Harris, HS3 3EH Tel: 07795 244997
NOTE: Please ensure you follow the Scottish Government's COVID-19 recommendations. There is no use of boats or huts until further notice.
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