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Grimersta
Na H Eileanan An Iar, United Kingdom

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Salmon, grilse and Sea trout enter the system from late May. The main run is traditionally at its height in mid July but fresh run fish occur until the end of the season on 15th October. There is also excellent wild Brown trout fishing on innumerable lochs. Head Ghillie Jason Laing leads an experienced team of ghillies including qualified instructors.
Tackle
As a rough guide, a single-handed rod of 10'- 11'3" rated AFTM 7-9 should be used. It is worth bearing the following in mind when choosing a rod for loch fishing:
This is a rod that you will be fishing with for long periods of time, so it must be light and comfortable enough for prolonged use, but strong enough to bring fish in reasonably quickly, especially if fish are to be released.
Using the slightly longer rod (11'3") allows the dropper to be fished more efficiently.
Fly selection will depend on conditions, but generally flies size 12-14 on the tail. A larger fly, usually Blue Elver or Muddler 8-10 is recommended on the dropper. A good selection of classic Grimersta flies are available from the Estate Office. Floating lines are suitable for virtually all conditions.


Species
Red deer
Red deer
Salmon
Salmon
Trout
Trout

Methods
Stalking
Stalking
Fresh water fishing
Fresh water fishing
Ice fishing
Ice fishing
Bow hunting
Bow hunting
Fly fishing
Fly fishing
Highseat
Highseat
Game fishing
Game fishing
Salt water fishing
Salt water fishing
Driven big game
Driven big game
Coarse fishing
Coarse fishing
Spinning
Spinning
Hunting from a blind
Hunting from a blind

Seasons
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

Price From
price per person per day
$570.12
Languages
English
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Terms of payment
1 All fishing reservations are made through the Factor. 2 Provisional reservations can be made at any time. However reservations for guests (Temporary Members) will not be confirmed until after those of Members. This is usually completed by the September preceding the season. 3 In the event of a week being over-subscribed, Members who were unsuccessful will be offered priority for the same week in the subsequent season. 4 All Rods will reside at Grimersta Lodge. 5 The rates for fishing and board and accommodation will be fixed annually. Rates vary between Members and Temporary Members. The Members rate will also apply to spouses and children of Members. 6 The Rod Rate includes the services of the ghillies. 7 An account for the Rod Rate will be issued on confirmation of the reservation. A deposit is payable at that time. Invoices for the outstanding balance of the Rod Rate and for Board and Accommodation will be issued some six weeks prior to arrival and are payable at that time. 8 Unless previously arranged with the Factor the person making the booking will be responsible for settling the account of their guest or party and all liabilities incurred. After each visit a subsequent account for additional items such as tackle, transport, drinks and sundries will be issued and is payable upon receipt.
Cancellation
Cancellation. In the event of a cancellation the Factor will re-advertise the vacancy. Should the Factor be unable to let the vacancy, the full cost of the booking may be payable. We strongly recommend that Members and guests insure against holiday cancellation and have suitable travel insurance.

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