Salmon Fishing at Braelangwell Lodge, Scotland
Salmon fishing in Scotland has always been considered amongst the best in the world with exciting and varied fishing and the River Carron is certainly no exception. The River Carron rises on the west coast and runs into the Kyle of Sutherland and like most Highland rivers it is a 'spate' river. Although primarily a fishing lodge the variety of activities offered locally to Braelangwell make it an idea location for a family or corporate holiday.
Strath Carron is arguably one of the finest and most unspoiled valleys in the Highlands offering endless opportunities for those with an artistic flare. There is superb walking on the hills with an abundance of bird and animal life, fabulous unspoilt beaches within short driving distance as well as near access to 8 golf courses including Championship Courses at Royal Dornoch, Brora and Nairn.
Braelangwell offers some of the best fishing on the River Carron covering 3 miles with 36 named pools. Loch Meall Dheirgidh provides excellent sport, although small these little trout fight like terriers and a blank day is extremely rare.
Walked up grouse shooting is also available and stalking on neighbouring estates can be arranged on request during the respective seasons but please make sure you book early in the year to avoid disappointment as shooting and stalking can be fully booked as early as March.
Braelangwell does not offer riotous nightlife, rather it is a place where you can enjoy time with your family and friends or colleagues. To fish, play golf, bird watch, walk, take interesting day trips and really relax away from the rush of modern life - and perhaps most importantly a place where children can be children!
Braelangwell Lodge - Ardgay - Sutherland - IV24 3BP