Scottish River and Loch Fishing Maps
Maps of one
sort or another are essential for the visitor to Scotland. For anyone
planning a fishing trip in Scotland, the national or regional map will
give an idea of location and distance, the road map will facilitate
navigation to the chosen fishing destination, while larger scale maps
such as those produced by the Ordnance Survey will provide useful
topographic detail of all the Scottish lochs and rivers and the surrounding landscape.
In the Where to Fish pages of this website, I have included extracts,
from the appropriate Bartholomew half inch to the mile series of maps,
of those parts of Scotland likely to be of most interest to the trout,
salmon and sea trout fisherman planning a Scottish fishing trip. Some of
the maps date back several decades but, while details of the human
geography (roads, buildings etc.) of Scotland may have changed, the essential, and
far more important, detail of the Scottish rivers and lochs will not have changed
significantly, nor will the qualities of the wild trout and salmon they
hold. All the maps featuring on this website have been brought together
on this Maps page. They may be accessed either by clicking on a blue dot
on the map or by selecting a name from the lists below.
convenience of site visitors, I have collected all the fishing maps
of Scotland here in
the one place for easy reference. The maps cover most of Scotland and show
details of all the major Scottish fishing rivers and lochs.
To view a detailed map of a particular area of
Scotland, click on a blue dot on the map or select from the list of places below the
which is organised alphabetically by region.
The map below shows
the main trout, salmon and sea trout fishing areas in
Scotland. Clicking on a blue dot will take you to a page
showing detailed maps of each area, with additional
information on the fishing available in that area. You may
also select an area by clicking on a name in the table
below, which lists all the fishing maps on this website, organised