Salmon Fishing - River Fyne
O. S. Map 50
The river Fyne
at one time, as recently as 1989, produced in the region of 250
salmon in a season, despite the severe impoundment of its waters for
the production of Hydro Electric power. Sadly, recent years have
seen a dramatic decline in stocks of migratory fish on the river.
In recent seasons,
the runs of salmon into the River Fyne have been depleted to such an
extent that the river has been closed to fishing. Many fishermen blame
the presence of fish farms in Loch Fyne for the dramatic collapse in
For further information, contact the Head Keeper,
Ardkinglass Estate, Cairndow, Argyll.