The Lussa River flows from the south-east slopes of Bienn Bhreac through the Fishing Loch and finally into the sea at Lussa Bay, a journey of three and half miles.
Fish begin to run the river in June but your best chance is after a spate, stalking salmon with a single handed rod and small doubles.
If the River is low, head for the Fishing Loch, which can fish very well even in high summer.
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