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Kilchoan Estate offers salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishing in one of the remotest and most beautiful parts of Scotland. River, loch and hill loch fishing are all available in spectacular scenery

Guided fishing on the river or lochan is sometimes available for £85/day, please contact Kilchoan Estate to book 01687 462133.

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Kilchoan estate offers salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishing in one of the remotest and most beautiful parts of Scotland. River, loch and hill loch fishing are all available in spectacular scenery.
The Knoydart peninsula is one of the remotest places in Britain, which cannot be accessed directly by road. This makes it a true wilderness and a very special place. Kilchoan Estate is located close to the small village of Inverie, home to the remotest pub in Britain, a couple of other restaurants and a post office. Most people get here by ferry which leaves the mainland at Mallaig (Mallaig can be reached by car or train). Alternatively you can walk in from Glenfinnan, Killochhourn or Loch Arkaig however these are serious and strenuous routes which require navigation and take most people 2-3 days. If you would like advice about these walks please contact the ranger service

The Inverie River is fed from Dubh Lochan and flows east to west via 16 named pools. After 4 or 5 miles it runs into the sea in Loch Nevis which translates as the "Loch of Heaven". The lower reaches of the river are an easy walk from the ferry, about 20 minutes along mainly flat roads and track.The river has good numbers of sea trout which run from early June with grilse coming later in June to mid July. The quality of fishing is very much dependant on the rainfall (which is more regular than you'd think!). The river holds fish for most of the year but if things go quiet you can head up to Dubh Lochan. This is a reliable source of fun with brown trout, Arctic Charr and any salmon/sea trout which have already run the river. The Lochan is about 4 miles from the ferry, reached along a track through some beautiful countryside. You might be able to arrange a lift with the estate or local rangers for a small fee. Fishing permits for the loch include use of a boat and petrol.
Loch Bromasaig Hill Loch is a remote hill loch situated 800ft above sea level with some of the best views you will get in Scotland. It takes about 1.5hrs to reach from the ferry but once you get there you will be spellbound by the fishing and scenery. Another great place to get away from it all and fish in spectacular landscapes and enjoy the peace and quiet.
There is a 100% catch and release policy for salmon and sea trout on the river and Lochan to ensure the continued protection of fish stocks which have only recently recovered from serious declines. A bag limit of 3 brown trout per rod per day operates on all three fisheries.

Kilchoan Estate provide a range of accommodation, from a basic bothy to a luxurious converted farmhouse. They can give you and your luggage a lift from the ferry to the accommodation which is right by the river, and give you some fishing tips on the way. For accomodation


 

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