There are hundreds of fishable rivers and lochs on the mainland and on the islands, giving you a great choice of destinations for a fishing holiday in Scotland and the opportunity to try different types of fishing
The rivers Spey and Tay are fine examples of the country’s great salmon fishing rivers while the Tweed is renowned for its trout fishing. There is also the option of course angling for pike, carp and other freshwater fish, besides salmon and trout. The coastal waters allow you to go sea fishing too.
The Fish in Scotland website is a detailed fishing resource.
Permits and licenses are required for certain stretches of water in Scotland and there are the windows of the fishing season too and can usually be obtained locally. The salmon fishing season runs from January to November, while the brown trout season runs from March to October.
In Scotland your fishing break can be anything you want it to be and there are so many great spots to fish right throughout the country and good stocks of fish too.
In our part of Scotland there are many places to enjoy a fishing break with opportunities to enjoy river, loch and sea fishing all within easy travelling distance of all of Cooper Cottages self-catering holday cottages. Loch Earn, Loch Voil, Loch Achray and Loch Lubnaig are just some of popular local lochs for fishing and are all easily reached from locations in our area.
For comprehensive advice and information on fishing in Central Scotland visit the Visit Scotland website http://www.visitscotland.com