Fishing Holidays Scotland - Holiday Cottages, Lodges & Log Cabins
Scotland has some of the best fishing both in the UK and across Europe which is why it is so popular as a fishing holiday destination.
With somewhere to fish never that far away, thousands of freshwater and sea lochs of varying size, hundreds of rivers, streams and varied coastline that stretches for miles the variety of fishing is enormous and offers some the very best fishing holiday destinations. Whatever you are looking for, fly fishing for salmon or trout, coarse fishing, pike fishing or sea fishing, ideal for all experience and ability, there are some superb fishing opportunities that will suit all.
Waterside Breaks can offer a wide selection of fishing holidays in Scotland with a selection of lochside cottages and lodges which either offer doorstep fishing or provide the ideal base to head off by boat or car and find the very best fishing spots for you and your group to enjoy.
There are many idyllic waterside cottages, lodges and cosy log cabins rthat can offer some excellent fishing right on your doorstep. These include access to some of the best rivers, freshwater and sea lochs and canals. The most popular spots include Loch Tay, Loch Awe, Oban, Scottish Highlands and some of the famous salmon & trout rivers .
The spectacular scenery in Scotland and wonderful hospitality makes the fishing even more enjoyable whether you off the coast, salmon fishing, coarse or trout fishing in the many rivers or lochs.
Fishing tuition, guidance and professional Ghillies may be available to help you enjoy and make the most of your fishing break, though it is sensible to book this in advance. Learning the art of fly fishing can be very satisfying and many get the bug and return year after year!
Depending upon where you are looking to but fishing licenses and local permits will be required for certain waters in Scotland. Do look out for seasonal fishing and local bylaws. The salmon season runs from mid January through to November and the brown trout from March to October.