Welcome to Assynt Fly Fishing

Assynt – a tiny yet so very unique part of the North-West Highlands of Scotland. In its twisting streams and steel-blue lochs, covering almost as much area as the land itself, you will find some of the very best truly Wild Brown Trout fishing.

Guided Fly Fishing for all – from novice family groups to the veteran angler, everyone welcome! I am certain we will have a fantastic experience!

Stewart Yates – UKCC Level 2 Licensed Angling Coach

We were complete novices, but under Stewart’s patient eye were soon competent enough to be unleashed on the loch.

Stewart’s knowledge of the Assynt region added greatly to our experience.Thank you so much Stewart for sharing with us your love of the Assynt and the beautiful brown trout, and for making our day so enjoyable.

We hope to “haste ye back” & spend another day on the loch with Stewart

GLENN AND NERIDA, AUSTRALIA

I have just had the best three days fishing of my life. I’ve fished in Assynt for nearly four decades so know the fishing very well or so I thought. Stewart took one inexperienced and one novice salmon fly fishers (we are both experienced trout fishers) and had us covering pools with ease. Pools in some cases that I would never have considered fishing let alone been able to cover or known held fish. One or two simple tips and observations had us casting well in almost any situation.

The next day we were fishing from sea cliffs and rocky marks in places that would have been near impossible to find ways into or be safe in without his expert guidance.
I would never have believed I could cast a full #9 shooting head and all its running line to full turn over with big heavy sea flys but I did on many occasions so that rules out fluke. 
His instructions on double hauling demistified it for me and made it so simple.

The best day was on the tiny highland burns (that I always walk past on the way to a hill loch) for small and relatively large wild Brown trout. Stewart’s knowledge and passion for these burns and trout really shines out. He took us to places and showed us how to winkle many many fish from the most unlikely pools, then provided fantastic brew breaks and tales of the local geology, flora and fauna in a relaxed, funny and very informative manner.

If you ever wonder why you need a guide I urge you to give Stewart a try. A day or a few days in his company will give you the answerOTyour fishing will improve but more importantly you will discover places to fish that would take weeks upon weeks to find yourself. I can’t recommend him enough and have already booked up for later in this year.

DONALD, SCOTLAND