The Inverie River on Knoydart is fed from Loch an Dubh-lochain (Black Loch). It has 16 named pools and flows from East to West towards Loch Nevis. The river has salmon, sea trout and brown trout with the first run of sea trout starting early June and grilse coming towards the end of June into early July. After this, everything is dependent upon rainfall and you can often catch a glimpse of the fish along the edge of the bay waiting to run the river.
Loch an Dubh-lochain, which also contains Arctic Charr, is fished by boat. The river vacates the loch at the Southern end and meanders 4-5 miles to the sea. On its way it is joined by the Meadall river at Long Pool, which is a favourite as it is deep and holds fish until they are able to continue their journey to the loch. The river is shaded occasionally by Alder, Rowan and Holly trees where you should get your waders on to maximise coverage of all the pools.
Also available is our hill loch - the spectacular Loch Brhoamisaig which is situated 800ft above sea level (0533-787974). It takes about 1hr 30minutes to get there, but when you do the views, scenery and fishing will leave you speechless. A bag of four fish per rod per day is permitted.
The official stalking season for the stags runs from 1st July until 20th October, however we normally start our stag season around the end of August and stalk through to the 20th October. Our hind season starts around 26th October through until 14th February.