Fishing holidays in Argyll, Scotland
For the keen angler, Scotland really is a dream. With countless lochs, rivers, lakes and glens there is an endless number of opportunities to catch the fish of a lifetime – and that’s just the Argyll region!
Whether you prefer fast flowing rivers or deep lochs, there really is something for fishermen of all ages and abilities.
The region’s waterways are full of trout, salmon, perch, pike and a multitude of other coarse species. So, where should you spend your time? Take a look at our quick guide to some of the area’s most popular angling haunts…
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Head north from our park towards Lochgoilhead and try your luck on the River Goil. This is an attractive spate river with 30 named pools with sea trout and the occasional grilse.
27 miles from Rosneath
Located near Dunoon, the River Eachaig connects Loch Eck to the sea and produces some 350 sea trout and 50 salmon a year. This is well worth a try. The views aren’t too bad either!
49 miles from Rosneath
Not too far from Rosneath is the pretty Lochside town of Dunoon, on the banks of Loch Loskin. This is well known for its good quality brown trout.
53 miles from Rosneath
Head north west from our holiday park and you’ll arrive at Loch Awe. This large loch is nicknamed Loch Awesome by some fishermen – such is the calibre of catch here. The western area of the loch is particular popular and is well known for its brown trout and also large ferox, arctic charr, rainbow trout, salmon and sea trout. Boat hire is also available here.
55 miles from Rosneath
If you don’t mind a bit of a drive then head up to Taynuilt and try fishing at Loch Avich. This is an attractive loch with a crannog and a ruined castle. It’s popular for brown trout fishing with average weights around 1lb, with some up to 4lbs. Boat hire is also available here.
78 miles from Rosneath