The A to Z of Where to Fish For Wild Brown Trout in the Rivers of Scotland

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Rivers | Lochs | Reservoirs

To go to the county your are interested in just click a link below and you will find a great collection of places to fish in the rivers of Scotland.

Aberdeenshire | Angus | Argyll | Borders | Clackmannan | Clyde | Dumfries and Galloway | East Lothian | Fife | Isle of Lewis | Isle of Skye | Inverness-shire | Kinross | Midlothian | Perthshire | Renfrew | Sutherland

A 3lb wild Aberdeenshire Don brown trout taken on the dry fly

Browsing this Directory you will find that wild natural fishing abounds in Scotland from the fertile rivers of the southern, central and north eastern regions of Scotland to the craggy fast flowing streams of the Highlands. There is off course the river Don in Aberdeenshire which has to be one of the best trout rivers any where with high single figure trout taken on the dry fly and nymph every year.

There are many little known gems to find where a day out fishing is combined with fantastic scenery, rare wildlife and historic locations. Not all of the fish are like the 3lb Don trout pictured above however there are many cracking places to to go trout fishing that will give you a memorable day whether the trout be 3 to the pound or 3lb, anything can happen when you fish on the wild side.