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Loch Morie is 3¾ km long and is fed by the River Glasa, a spate river which derives its water from the surrounding hills. This loch, close by Meall Mor Lodge, offers boat and bank fishing for wild brown trout, ferox trout, salmon and arctic charr. Two powered boats allow fishing in the deepest area of the loch, surveyed at 100 metres. In July 2018 a May Cottage guest was delighted to catch a highly prized ferox trout, weighing 7 lb 7 oz., whilst fishing Loch Morie. (See photo on the WILDLIFE page)
There are six hill lochs on Kildermorie Estate, all offering wild brown trout, and the bonus elements of magnificent scenery and the opportunity to see birds, animals and wild flowers in an unspoiled and protected environment.
The smallest hill lochs, Loch na Glasa and Feur-lochan offer bank fishing only.
Lochan Lice (pron. 'leek') where red-throated divers are seen regularly, Loch Magharaidh which supplies water to the hydro-electricity turbine and Loch a' Chaoruinn, the largest hill loch stretching more than 1 km from west to east, are all available for fishing from boat or bank.
Loch Bad á Bhathaich, which can be seen on the left when approaching the estate, is shared by a local angling club and offers fishing by boat only, the boathouse being easily accessible from the access road.
The River Glasa may be fished for salmon and trout; as it is a spate river, fishing is dependent upon the volume of water flowing down from the hills.
Approximately 15 minutes drive from Meall Mor Lodge is the Kildermorie beat of the River Alness. This 1.3 km (0.8 mile) single bank stretch of the river is available to Meall Mor Lodge guests, who have priority over local angling club guests.
|Salmon – River Alness||11 February – 31 October|
|Salmon – River Glasa||11 February – 31 October|
|Brown Trout||15 March – 6 October|
Rates quoted are inclusive of VAT
Meall Mor Lodge's Accommodation rates include all permitted fishing.
April and May Cottage guests may fish from the banks only, using their own tackle on any of the Kildermorie lochs and the River Glasa. Salmon fishing on the Kildermorie Beat of the River Alness incurs a charge of £60.00 per rod per day.