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The Lomond Angler

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Fancy a day out fishing on Loch Lomond?  Whether a beginner or seasoned angler, you'll find the exerience very enjoyable!  I provide guided fishing trips in and around Loch Lomond with/or without accommodation.  I provide the boat, permit, rods, tackle and life jackets.  All you need to bring with you is warm and water proof clothing.

The Lomond system provides some of the best game and fly fishing available in the UK with day, weekly and season tickets available.  The salmon and trout fishing season on the Lomond System opens in February until October each year.  There is some fantastic sea trout fishing on the fly, wading out on the rivers and in the Clyde Estuary during the Summer months.

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The Lomond Angler
Carman Hill House
Cardross Road
G824PY

T: 01389 499007
M: 07887 746732

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