Ruantallain Estate is situated on the stunning remote West coast of Jura.
Its vast 20,000 acres of wild ruggedness stretches from coast to coast across the middle of the Isle. Getting to the fishing is difficult but seclusion is guaranteed and adds to the adventure. A forty-minute boat trip through the narrow sea loch and out into the open water transports you into a world of wild goats, sea caves, raised glacial beaches and pristine wild trout fishing.
With Craig Rozga leading the way, you are in safe hands. Craig is the Headkeeper of Ruantallain and has roamed these parts since being a boy. He'll whisk you off in the Argocat to fish a handful of the fifteen active loch.
The fish average between 8-9 ounces but they are hard fighters and with broad-backed, chunky 3lb fish being caught every year, wild brown trout fishing does not get much better than this, especially when the fishing is set to a backdrop Tolkien would be proud of.
Fishing parties of up to ten people can be catered for. Ring or email Craig on 01496 820287 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for more details.
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