The unspoilt rivers and lochs of Benmore and Glenforsa provide first class opportunities to fish for salmon and sea trout.

“Believe me my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing, as simply messing about in boats.”

The famous quote from Kenneth Grahame’s classic The Wind in the Willows has long captured the simple joy of spending a day on the water in great company.  

From Loch Ba through River Ba and into Loch na Keal, while away the hours along two miles and 10 named pools of water, where salmon and sea trout are rife from late June to October.  With two traditional clinker built boats you can enjoy fly fishing or ‘dapping’ in the right conditions on Loch Ba.  

The Forsa, a classic highland spate river, is over 7 miles long and, with over 40 named pools, can provide exciting sport when conditions are right.

Further information on daily permits and recommended tackle can be found on our sister website here.

Peace & Tranquility

There are fishing bothies on both Loch Ba and the River Forsa, complete with wood burning stoves, providing the perfect venues for picnic lunches, barbeques and shelter.