This half day fly fishing trip is to the Stoneyfield Lochs near Invergordon. The fishing facility is close to the main A9 road just north of Alness and two miles west of the port of Invergordon. It is an excellent location for persons who are either complete novices or inexperienced anglers, who would like an opportunity to catch a fish in easy open conditions.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Small Group
We collect our guests and take them to Stoneyfield either in the early morning or for an afternoon session. The duration of the fly fishing is for 4 hours and each person can either release any fish caught, or keep a maximum of 2 per person. All three lochs are stocked with brown, rainbow and blue trout and range in weight from 1 to 14 lbs.
It is also possible for two people to share a rod, which can be a good option for novice anglers, who may not wish to fish for a full 4 hours. Non-fishing friends are also most welcome to come along on the trip. It is a peaceful location with plenty of birdlife, including a resident Osprey.
Pick up and return to client accommodation (If required)
Executive minibus with driver/guide (If required)
All fishing equipment included
Qualified Fishing Guide with Tuition (If required)
Meals, snacks, teas or coffee
Collect clients from Accommodation
Highland Explorer collect clients from accommodation
Arrival at Fishing Location
Arrive at Stoneyfield Lochs and set up the rods and fly lines. Use the 4 hours to learn how to fly fish competently and especially how to cast a line with a fly, on to the water.
Return clients to accommodation
Highland Explorer return clients to their accommodation
Yes you can bring your own rods and fishing equipment. Alternatively we will provide all equipment for you
Yes we will help to set up all the rods and lines and teach you how to fly fish.
For fly fishing, 4 is normally the maximun number of people that we would take. However we could accept a group of 6 to 7, if guests are prepared to share rods.
You should have walking boots or wellington boots. Warm clothing and a waterproof jacket. Bring personal items in a small backpack
Children are most welcome at Stoneyfield but will have to keep quiet – as fishing is a quiet pastime. Children over age 8 may learn to fish under supervision.