There are some excellent coarse fishing opportunities up at our end of Loch Lomond. Especially over the other side of the loch (a ferry from the nearby Ardlui Marina will take you there) but we’ve had some guests have a pretty successful fish already this season straight off the jetty.
Fishing permits involving a fee may be required depending on where you intend to go fishing and what you are looking to catch. If you want to go fishing during your stay at Loch Lomond, best check what’s needed before you head out.
Fishing permits are available to everyone and can be purchased from shops such as fishing tackle shops or post offices.
Loch Lomond has the largest variety of fish in the Trossachs National Park. You can find fish such as salmon, sea trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, pike perch, roach, chub, and dace.
A white fish called Powan can also be found in the Loch but is a protected species and should be released if caught.
Visit www.lochlomond-trossachs.org for more information about fishing on the Loch.