in Scotland includes opportunities for salmon,
brown trout and sea trout angling , but coarse
fishing is increasingly popular. Angling is the
most important participation sport in the country.
It makes the ideal place for a holiday or vacation
and there are a weath of tackle shops, guides
and ghillies who can help you.
On the west coast you will find
hundreds of small spate rivers, streams and lochs,
while in the east you find the classic salmon
rivers of the Tay, Tweed, Dee and Spey. Further
north is Caithness and Sutherland which is a patchwork
quilt of lochs streams and rivers. Even on the
islands quite exceptional fishing can be found.
the central belt around Glasgow and Edinburgh
you will find some good put and take fisheries
as well as lochs and even the local rivers like
the Clyde offer good sport these days and are
within minutes of the conurbations.
To the south closer to the border
with England are some exceptional fisheries, including
the Tweed on the east coast known for its salmon.
To the west you will find the Solway rivers which
are famous for their sea trout as well as big
late running salmon.