Scotland’s rivers and lochs provide some of the world’s most iconic and revered fishing locations. Experience this yourself with a visit to Tomdoun Estate.


Take to the riverbank or boat in the company of an expert ghillie in pursuit of wild brown trout, large ferox trout, salmon and arctic char.

Whether casting from bank or boat, you will get to experience fly- and lure-fishing at its pinnacle. With the ‘beat’ (the name given to localised stretches of water) world-famous for its voracious trout, there is a chance to catch a fish of a lifetime. In pristine natural habitat.

The salmon season runs from February-October and fish up to 25lb have been caught on the River Garry. Our ghillies can also arrange fishing on the River Morrison and lower stretches of the River Garry.

Enjoy miles of river and Loch fishing which makes up part of Tomdoun Estate’s magnificent Highland 11,000-acres.

The mighty Atlantic salmon. Returning from the open sea to spawn, these magnificent fish fight their way up-river each year and are a true symbol of wild Scotland.

Salmon fishing on the River Garry (inverness-shire)


Tomdoun Estate sits in the middle of the River Garry system, linking Loch Quoich to the west and Loch Garry to the east. Reaching a depth of over 1,000ft, nearby Loch Morar is the deepest freshwater body of water in the UK.

Tomdoun Estate covers 11,000 acres of unspoilt Highlands, west of Fort Augustus and north-east of Malaig. This historic part of West of Scotland is rich in clan heritage and great place to embrace the ancient spirit of the Highlands. It remains one of the UK’s last great wildernesses.

Tomdoun – part of the Tuxford Estates.