Loch Saorach

Fishing season 1st April to 5th October.

Loch Saorach

Grid Reference: 016 604

Elevation: 110m

Bag Limit: Catch and release.


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    Loch Thormaid

    Fishing season 1st April to 5th October.

    Grid Reference: 009 603

    Elevation: 110m

    Bag Limit: Catch and release.


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      Lochan Nam Breac

      RSPB Lochs. Fishing season 1st April to 5th October. Three ‘clear rest days’ between angling days.

      Grid Reference: 001 477

      Elevation: 167m

      Bag Limit: 6 Fish limit (9″ inch minimum).


      Leave the A897 at Grid reference 903485 (Forsinain) and follow the forestry track, a 4×4 or vehicle with high clearance is required to negotiate the bumpy track, to park at 002 470. Head North for a distance of 500m to reach the loch. Nam Breac is a pleasant little lochan to the west of Skyline, useful for restoring confidence if the skyline trout are proving difficult. Sheltered to the east by forestry, but open to the north and west, Nam Breac is a shallow loch with comfortable wading from the southern and eastern banks. The west bank is very soft and should be avoided. Don’t expect anything for the glass case but a good head of small but spirited fish should keep the angler entertained.


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        Loch Na Saobhaide

        RSPB Lochs. Fishing season 1st April to 5th October. Three ‘clear rest days’ between angling days.

        Grid Reference: 800 471

        Elevation: 217m

        Bag Limit: 6 Fish limit (9″ inch minimum).


        Leave the A897  at grid reference 891 437 and follow the forestry track for a distance of 5.5 miles to  park at 819 471. A 4×4 or vehicle with high clearance is required to negotiate the bumpy track. Walk west for a distance of 1.55km to reach the loch. Saobhaide is a delightful loch in the heart of the flow country, guarded to the south by the Beinn Griam Mountains. There are many inviting bays and promontories to keep the angler interested and trout average 6/8 oz. Large baskets are the norm.


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          Loch Bad A’Bothain

          RSPB Lochs. Fishing season 1st April to 5th October. Three ‘clear rest days’ between angling days.

          Grid Reference: 917 506

          Elevation: 167m

          Bag Limit: 6 Fish limit (9″ inch minimum).


          Leave the A897 at Grid reference 901 495 follow the forestry track, a 4×4 or vehicle with high clearance is required to negotiate the bumpy track, to park at 913 507. Walk a further 300m east to reach the loch. Fish can be caught all over this small loch with trout averaging 10oz. The area around the small island can be productive.


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            Loch Na Cloiche

            RSPB Lochs. Fishing season 1st April to 5th October. Three ‘clear rest days’ between angling days.

            Grid Reference: 975 474

            Elevation: 166m

            Bag Limit: All fish to be taken and accurate lengths recorded.


            Leave the A897 at Grid reference 903485 (Forsinain) and follow the forestry track, a 4×4 or vehicle with high clearance is required to negotiate the bumpy track, to park at 974 459. Head North over wet ground for a distance of 1.2km to reach the boat in the SW corner of the loch which is free to use for all members. Club members have reduced the numbers of fish in this loch which has significantly improved the fishing and the habitat. Cloiche is a delightful loch and has a good head of bright, spirited, free rising fish in the 10-12oz bracket. Bigger fish of 1lb have been caught close to the bank, no doubt feeding on the numerous sticklebacks in the loch. Boat and bank both yield good catches, though care is needed when wading over rocky patches on the east side. All fish caught must be removed and lengths from the tip of nose to the fork in the tail accurately recorded and a catch return completed.


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              Gyrodactylus Salaris Declaration

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                Please read and complete this Gyrodactylus Salaris Declaration form carefully.

                Gyrodactylus Salaris (GS) is an extremely dangerous parasite responsible for the destruction of salmon stocks in over 20 rivers in Norway. It is also present in Russia, Finland, Sweden, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal. It is vital that this GS declaration has been completed and signed by anglers and ensures the appropriate precautions are taken to prevent the spread of Gyrodactylus Salaris.

                It is the policy of Forsinard Flyfishers’ Club that no fishing is to take place until a GS declaration has been signed.

                I declare that my fishing tackle HAS NOT been outside the United Kingdom in the 7 days prior to the date of my arrival.



                OR

                • Drying to a minimum of 20 degrees Celsius for 48 hours.
                • Heating to above 60 degrees Celsius for 1 hour.
                • Deep freezing for 24 hours.
                • Immersion in a solution of one of the following chemicals to the concentration indicated for a minimum of 10 minutes: Virkon 1% or Wescdyne 1% or Sodium Chloride (common salt) 3% or Sodium Hydroxide 0.2%

                I SHALL WEAR A BUOYANCY AID WHILE BOAT FISHING

                I am aware of the Forsinard Flyfishers’ Clubs policy that all persons using a Club boat MUST wear a buoy-ancy aid.
                I therefore declare that on any occasions that I shall use a Forsinard Flyfishers’ Club boat I shall wear a buoyancy aid.
                I will wear my own buoyancy aid and I agree that it is fully functioning, not damaged and correctly fits me.

                I acknowledge my acceptance of the appropriate Gyrodactylus Salaris Declaration and the Wearing of a Buoyancy Aid
                Declaration by signing below.





                Loch Grassie

                Fishing season 1st April to 5th October.

                Grid Reference: 030 468

                Elevation: 155m

                Bag Limit: Catch and Release


                Approach from Forsinain via forestry track leading to and beyond Altnabreac. 4×4 or vehicle with high clearance is required to negotiate the bumpy track. Continue along track past Loch Caise for 1/2 mile where a sign for Grassie will be found pointing through a forestry ride. A short 5 minute walk through this very wet and boggy ride will bring anglers to the southerly shore – waders are recommended to ensure dry feet! Anglers will encounter fewer fish in the loch’s considerable amount of shallow water in the westerly bay which reaches towards loch Caise, the deeper water extending along the opposite shore will produce most success. A fantastic little loch to visit and combine with either of the nearby lochs for added variation to the day. Grassie holds a smaller head of fish than neighbouring Garbh or Caise but trumps them both on size and quality with fish of over a pound often encountered.


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