Fishing in Loch Faskally Pitlochry
At Pitlochry Boating station
When it comes to fishing in Pitlochry, there are plenty of options.
Fish along the River Tummel and Loch Faskally.
Loch Faskally is a man-made reservoir about 2.5 kilometres northwest of Pitlochry. The Loch lies between steeply wooded hills and is approximately 3.2 kilometres in length and is nestled between two hills which makes it nicely sheltered.
The Loch is retained by the Pitlochry Dam which incorporates a Salmon Fish Ladder and is a popular visitor attraction.
Loch Faskally is popular with anglers and its waters hold a good head of brown trout and native fish.
Fishing on Loch Faskally you can expect to enjoy some of Pitlochry’s breath-taking scenery and catch a glimpse of some rare wildlife i.e. Ospery, Heron, Eagles, Kingfishers, Ducks, Otters and Deer.
The Faskally Boating Centre is easily accessible by car and has good parking.
Permits & Rod Hire
All anglers who want to fish at Loch Faskally are required to hold a valid fishing permit.
You can either bring your own fishing equipment, or you can hire everything you need for a days fishing. A £30 deposit is required for all rod hire.
Tel 01796 472919