Follow A897, Melvich to Helmsdale road, parking in area on the north side of the cattle-grid just before electrical substation. Through the double gate, head SE uphill and along the argo track ensuring forestry is to the left of the track until Lochan nan Clach Geala is reached, this Lochan is of no fishing interest. Continuing along the flatter, gentler track will lead to the last gate on the hill from which both Na Caorach and Na Seilge can be overlooked. The last, short leg of the walk is downhill in a southerly direction towards the north shore – overall walk time 35 – 40 mins. Boat users will find the boat in the NE corner. A great loch to visit on its own, or for larger fishing parties combine with nearby Seilge where each loch can accommodate anglers with use of a boat. Excellent sport can be had just about anywhere in the loch and with the addition of a boat this year anglers can expect great fishing over water and fish which have remained untouched for some time. Excellent, hard fighting trout averaging 10-12oz will delight all and anglers fishing in this beautifully bleak landscape will be left with a true hill-loch-experience from their day.