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Open 7 days a week
9am – 5pm
Easter – October

01866 822 808 (Easter – October)
01866 822 777 (October – Easter)
shoppc@inverawe.co.uk
(See December opening in Latest News)

Header image Inverawe Fisheries & Country Park 4star visitor attractions with smokehouse, shop, cafe, nature trails and childrens play area

Fisheries

THE TROUT LOCHS
The four trout lochs are all very different, each with its own character and appeal. Amidst the most spectacular scenery and wildlife, all are within easy walking distance of the shop and all stocked frequently with prime, hard-fighting Rainbow trout.  The Inverawe and Lily Loch are both suitable for disabled bank fishing, with car access to the lochside.  Permits are purchased at the shop

Beginner’s Loch –Hugo’s Lochan
Just below the shop, this loch was named after Robert and Rosie’s great nephew Hugo is for beginners only.  Without trees to ensure snag-free casting, it has started many fishermen onto a life long hobby.   Stocked with smaller fish, you can be assured a fun days sport.   Introductory fishing lessons are given on this loch (lessons must be booked in advance).

The Hydro Loch
This loch simulates a sea pool, with pebble bottom and a deep hole. Tree free, for straight – forward fishing, it is very good on windy days.

The Inverawe Loch
The home loch overlooking Inverawe House with a peat bottom, consistent depth and some trees, ideal intermediate fishing. The Inverawe Loch is very popular with the locals and you will often find Willie, Harry and John fishing here “on a dry morning”.
Accessible by car for the disabled by prior arrangement

The Lily Loch
A good stalking loch, suitable for the more experienced fishermen. This original fishing pond is peat and gravel bottomed, with variable depths. Ideal for nymphing and dry fly. Some small, natural brown trout in addition to stocked rainbows
Accessible by car for the disabled by prior arrangement

Fishing prices 2017

Trout Lochs Ticket
4 hours fishing with 3 fish limit £24.50
8 hours fishing with 5 fish limit £45.00
Parent & Child Ticket
4 hours fishing with 3 fish limit £32.00
Child Only Ticket
2 hours fishing with 2 fish limit £17.50
Sporting Ticket
4 hours fishing (catch returned) £17.00
Rod & Net Hire
(£25 deposit per rod) £10.50

THE ANGLING SCHOOL
Our fully knowledgeable instructors offer a great chance to learn how to fly fish. Brilliant for the beginner or those who want to freshen up on their technique.  Get yourself hooked on a life-time hobby.  Tackle hire is provided with all our tuition

Lessons for beginners include learning about safety and different types of tackle used and how to cast and land a fish.  For the more experienced we can offer, roll casting, overhead casting, single hauling, double hauling, entomology, fishing tactics, environment and laws.
All lessons must be prebooked.  01866 822808

Fly Fishing Lessons

Learn the basics of fly fishing on Hugo’s Lochan. Find out about the different rods, reels, tackle and types of flies. Learn the art of how to cast, play and land a fish. All lessons are inclusive of rod and net hire.
Bookings only – 01866 822808

Adult Lesson
I hours tuition and 2 hours fishing with 3 fish limit £39.00
Child Lesson (9-17 years)
Half hours tuition and 1 hours fishing with 2 fish limit £18.50
Family Lesson (1 adult and 2 children)
Half hours tuition and 1 hours fishing with 5 fish limit £58.00

THE SALMON RIVER
The two lower tidal beats of River Awe, provide some excellent if not challenging salmon fishing and a great days sport.

The Inverawe Beat
Totally unspoilt and challenging to fish in places, this 1 mile stretch, on the right bank of the River Awe with its’ deep gorges and long fast running pools, guarantees a good days sport.   Chest waders and a wading stick are a definite essential. In certain pools and lies the angler needs to spey cast.
Starting in the deep swirling pool of the Red rock, then flows over the Stepping Stones, through the Erracht and Cruive, through the rapids by the old salmon trap, into the long Grey and Clay pools.

The Lorne Beat
Fishes very well just before and after high tide, this 3/4 mile stretch, on the right bank of the River Awe is the lowest beat of the river. With long flowing pools through pasture land, it makes for easy casting and wading, though waders and wading stick essential  Starting at the top with Nicks run, just above the swing bridge and then running straight into the Dalvar, Racewall, and into both  the Upper and the Lower Crew Beg.

Booking is essential
online at. 
www.fishpal.com
or  01866 822808

What Our Visitors Say…

Absolutely fab place to visit! So much to see and learn.