Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association

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Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association

The Lomond system provides some of the best game and coarse fishing available in the UK with day, weekly and season tickets availiable.

Loch Lomond
Located in the beautiful scenery of the Loch Lomond National Park, Loch Lomond has the largest freshwater surface area in Britain, and as such is affectionately known as “The Big Loch”.During the mid eighties, Loch Lomond was unbeatable for its Sea Trout fishing.
The spring Salmon fishing is mixed, with some years doing well, while others not so well. The summer Salmon fishing can be very good. The grilse runs can be prolific one year and not so good the following year.The Loch has well over thirty islands, most of these at the lower/bottom end.

The loch also offers excellent coarse fishing. It is recorded that a Mr. Tommy Morgan caught a pike of 47 lbs. 11 oz in 1945.
However it is not only pike that grow huge, perch also grow very large and fish of four to five pounds are there to be caught. Other coarse fish found in Lomond that are commonly available and of interest to the angler are roach, eels, and ruffe.

River Leven
The River Leven must surely be central Scotland’s premier Salmon and Sea Trout fishery. All methods except prawn or shrimp and float fishing are allowed on the river.

River Endrick
The River Endrick offers great Salmon and Sea Trout fishing. The L.L.A.I.A have extensive exclusive stretches reserved for full members. Other private stretches, mostly on the lower reaches, allow access to our members, therefore members are able to fish most parts of the river. Anglers are restricted to fly only.

River Fruin Water
Is the other main river, located on the west side of Loch Lomond. Over the years the river has developed a great reputation for providing first class Salmon and Sea Trout fishing.

River Clyde Estuary, Gareloch and Kilcreggan Peninsula
Fishing is by all legal rod and line methods and normally anglers work down the shore line, spinning or bait fishing, while certain parts provide excellent salt water fly fishing. A few members take ther boats down to the estuary during early season and troll along the shoreline much in the same way as they would do on Loch Lomond. Salt water Sea Trout fishing has increased in popularity over the past few years and catches have increased as anglers learn the water.

Membership at reasonable cost.

Day Tickets available for most waters.

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