Fishing & Sporting


Guests staying in our lodges are welcome to fish on Loch Ericht or Loch Garry from the bank, and you are welcome to bring a boat to launch. Both lochs have a wild stock of Brown Trout. There are also some hill lochs available to fish, but please ask about access. 

We also offer bank fishing with a ghillie and boat fishing with a ghillie on Loch Pattack for our lodge guests. Price lists are available on request.

Non-guests who would like to fish must, by law, carry a permit to do so. 

When fishing The Outdoor Access Code should always be followed. No litter should be left, and no trees cut down for firewood.

A Panoramic view across Loch Ericht


Red deer welfare and conservation are important initiatives for the estate.  The deer are carefully managed on a sustainable basis, resulting in a healthy population, and enabling a quality food source to be produced in balance with the local environment.

The tradition of deer stalking offers an insight into Scottish culture, which many people will never experience. Stalking is a part of modern-day land management, and it contributes to the local economy. It also helps protect many native plants and species and maintain a healthy and strong population of red deer.

Most Highland estates offer guests the opportunity to stalk deer with binoculars or a camera if they wish to do so.

  • Red Stag season 1st July to 20th October