Stoneyfield Lochsbird

Set in beautiful, tranquil Highland scenery Stoneyfield lochs offers a relaxing days fishing in peaceful surroundings yet only one mile from the A9 some 25 miles North of Inverness.

A Troutmaster Water with three well stocked lochs, one bait and two fly, providing opportunities to catch, from the bank, any of the quality brown, rainbow or blue trout which range in size from approx. 2lb to 14lbs.

As well as an abundance of insect life, the lochs have many visiting birds such as ducks, swans and osprey. The osprey is partial to a tasty trout for lunch and is one of the sights to be enjoyed whilst angling.

The two fly fishing lochs, Struie and Richullen are five acres each and the bait loch, Fyrish, catering for the novice angler, is three and a half acres.

To add to the comfort of visitors there is a large car park immediately adjacent to “The Bothy”, a fishing hut available to fishers and offering hot and cold drink facilities. There is also a microwave available for individual use and the toilet facilities are also situated here. A wood burning stove for the colder weather makes this a most comfortable area for the necessary ‘pit stops’ and refuelling of visitors.

This comfort is enhanced by a large decked area in front of the Bothy making available a place to rest, chat with fellow anglers or just to enjoy the panoramic view of the lochs from right here on their banks.

As well as the individual angler Stoneyfield Lochs can cater for larger groups and corporate days. Access roads lead directly to the lochs for the use of the disabled angler

Rods can be hired and flies bought on site.

No booking is necessary just come, enjoy and be assured of a warm welcome by the owners, Derek and Pauline Robertson, who will do all they can to assure your enjoyment of Stoneyfield Lochs.