Lochlane and Laggan fishings offer some of the very best fly fishing to be found on the River Earn. Although part of the Tay system, it is smaller than the giant River Tay and as such is a lovely manageable size. The river drops quite a bit in height throughout its length which gives rise to wonderful streams, runs and glides.
The Lochlane and Laggan fishings contain 32 named pools and comprise of 2.1 miles double bank and 0.32 miles single bank. The fishings are located upstream of Crieff in a spectacular wonderful enchanting picturesque valley called Strathearn. The water has been transformed by the present owners, with improvements to the river banks, and good of vehicular access . 4 beats each allowing a maximum of 3 rods. The beats are rotated on a daily basis.
.In addition to good salmon catches, the River Earn is renowned for its quality Sea Trout and the Lochlane and Laggan stretch remains one of the few areas still producing good catches of this sought after species.
The Lochlane and Laggan fishings adopt an Autumn conservation policy for Sea Trout and ceases fishing for them at the end of August.