North Argyll has some of the best Fishing in North Argyll and it is a very popular pastime. We have a great variety of experiences for you to enjoy. You can go adrenalin filled deep sea Skate fishing with Laura Dawn II skipper : Leigh Taylor has no website (phone 07721 640024)
Sea fishing does not require a rod licence nor has a closed season. You can fish from the shore, but the boat trips increase the range of species and adventures, as well as enjoying the dolphin, otter, seals, and eagles.
Argyll Sea tours will also offer one hour seal trips,fishing trips, wildlife cruises and excursions mostly leaving from Oban Times Slip. With stunning views and historical facts
https://argyll-seatours.co.uk ~ https://www.facebook.com/Argyll-Seatours-1580018685604986/
West Coast sea fishing group on FB - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542164746076920/
Anglers Corner : https://anglerscorneroban.co.uk/
Trout (brown and escaped rainbow) : in Loch fishing - deep salt water : small fresh water
River fishing Trout and Coarse season runs from 15 March to 6 October, the Pike season is all year round.
Fishing in Loch Awe : https://loch-awe.com/things-do/fishing-on-loch-awe/
Loch Awe has always been famous for its wild brown trout, having broken the British rod-caught record four times over the last decade. It is, however, its reputation for good mixed bags of 8oz - 3lb trout that still attracts the majority of anglers. Whether novice or purist, young or old, Loch Awe has a great deal to offer both game and coarse fishermen. Fishing on Loch Awe is not only for the purist or well-seasoned angler. Whether you are experienced or a novice, young or old, Loch Awe has a great deal to offer.
Fishing Loch Awe group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/518284442823123
River Orchy Fishing Association The River Orchy is one of the most picturesque salmon rivers in the country. The salmon season runs from February 11 to October 31 and fly, spin and worm are permitted.
Inverawe Fisheries is a selection of trout ponds well stocked, complete with Beginners loch, introductory lessons and equipment : how to start a passion of a lifetime.
THE TROUT LOCHS
The four trout lochs are all very different, each with its own character and appeal. Amidst the most spectacular scenery and wildlife, all are within easy walking distance of the shop and all stocked frequently with prime, hard-fighting Rainbow trout. The Inverawe and Lily Loch are both suitable for disabled bank fishing, with car access to the lochside. Permits are purchased at the shop
Loch Etive fishing provides the best combination of wonderful scenery, challenging conditions, and interesting species. It is over a mile long, and up to 500m deep in places.
The Fishing Loch Etive group is a great place to gain local expertise. https://www.facebook.com/groups/646808742171525/ and small boat hire is available on Loch Etive from Airds Bay - https://www.facebook.com/TFCBoats
Self drive fishing and sightseeing boats on loch Etive, Taynuilt, Argyll
"TFC Boats is one of Scotland largest fishing Clubs and is constantly growing. We are a family run business, offering 4 self drive boats for sea fishIng or sightseeing. TFC Boats are based on beautiful Loch Etive in Taynuilt on the West Coast of Scotland."
Mackerel fishing from the lochs, from Oban pier, from Dunollie point, from Maiden Island
Oban by the Castle, at the War memorial or off the piers can be fruitful for fishermen for angler fish, spur dogs, pollock, ling, conger eel, lsd, even skate if you are very lucky. At Dunollie castle is into around 100ft of water, so can be good sport.