Salmon Fishing - River Gruinard Scotland
O. S. Map 19
The Gruinard River flows from
the four mile long Loch Na Sealga to enter the sea in Gruinard Bay,
The Gruinard produces around a hundred salmon in a season and some
sea trout, with the sea trout numbers greatly reduced in recent
years. The fishing is let privately and is unlikely to be available.
The Little Gruinard River flows from the north end of
the Fionn Loch and flows four and a half miles to Gruinard Bay, picking
up speed as it goes, with small pools between fast rocky runs along most
of its length. This small spate stream can produce up to 100 salmon in a
good season, dependent on conditions.
The river is let with self catering accommodation and
fishing for five rods at a cost of around £1500 per week. Enquiries
should be directed to Letterewe Estate, Achnasheen.