Fishing In Strathglass

River & Loch Fishing

The area around Strathglass offers the discerning angler a rare opportunity to fish for wild brown trout and salmon amidst some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery. The Rivers Glass & Farrar, flowing into the River Beauly, offer superb sport for both the keen and casual fisherman.

There are also several lochs around Strathglass both natural and those extended by the Hydro schemes. Loch Beinn a' Mheadhain, Loch Mullardoch and Loch Monar all offering superb trout fishing. Loch Beanacharan and several hill lochs also provides excellent sport. Most of the fishing in the area is by permit - details are available locally.

Much of the income generated helps pay for the regular stocking of the fishing facilities. Boats and ghillies are available for hire.

Eagle Brae

01463 761301/07738 076711

Eagle Brae, Struy, Beauly, Inverness-shire IV4 7LE

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Eagle Brae offer salmon, trout and pike fishing on our own water: the River Farrar, River Glass, Loch Monar and the beautiful hill lochs Lochan Airidh Fhraoich and Loch na Meine. You don’t have to be a resident to book any of our fishing beats so Book Now! if you are interested.

In addition to our own fishing we will be very happy to arrange further fishing bookings on other proprietors’ water for our resident guests.


01463 761285/07917 166539

Culligran Cottages, Glen Strathfarrar, Struy, Beauly, Inverness-shire IV4 7JX

Culligran Estate has 5 miles of mostly double-bank fishing on the River Farrar, divided into 3 beats. The Farrar is one of the two main tributaries of the River Beauly, the other being the River Glass. It flows through a Special Area of Conservation and a National Scenic Area. The many named pools and varied terrain have much to offer both beginners and experienced fishers.

Daily permits available for non-residents.

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