Welcome to Fish Hebrides
"The chain of islands that form the Outer Hebrides constitutes only 1.3% of the UK land mass but contains 15% of its freshwater surface area."
The sheer ratio of fresh water to landmass in the Outer Hebrides means that for anglers, this is a paradise for truly wild fishing. With over 6000 lochs at the last count, the Hebrides is famed for having some of the best salmon and trout fishing in Europe. Here you can fish the crystal clear waters in a wilderness landscape and not see a single person all day.
The variety of fishing opportunities in the Hebrides is outstanding. River catchments vary from vast peat moor lands which hold infinite still waters to rough uplands with steep rocky burns and rivers. The Western Atlantic fringe consists of productive lochs on grassy machair, while the east coast (which faces the Minch) is made of Fjordic inlets fed by short spate rivers. Sea fishing can be from boat, on the rocks, by sea pools or beach casting. You can even fish on your own deserted island if you wish - cast yourself away to paradise! The enormity of fishing locations in the Hebrides makes any angler's fishing experience one of discovery and adventure.
So come on a voyage of discovery and feel the air of calm rush over you and your worries disappear. Here your thoughts will be concentrated fully on your line and the spectacular scenery and wildlife around you. The only disturbances you will hear will be the birds soaring above you or the deer nearby on the hill, you will feel truly revitalised as you suck in the fresh and bracing Atlantic sea breezes.
Fish Hebrides is a comprehensive fishing website, telling you everything you need to know about fishing the Hebrides: from where to fish, what to fish, who to contacts and why to come, it's all packed in here!