Sometimes such experiences can be shared with close friends, good people, your family or even your guide and create memories that will never fade but stay with you forever. It is difficult to put into words what I, as your guide and host, get from such experiences. Particularly those moments shared between family or very close friends that I know as so very special. It really is a most enriching and life-affirming experience for everyone and I cannot recommend it highly enough. It is also difficult to explain fully the range of options with regards the journey in and out to our camp, the accommodation we choose – everything from a remote mountain bivouac to the five-meter bell tent complete with wood burning stove and comfortable seating and sleeping arrangements is on the table!
There is great scope for variation in a Fly Fishing Safari, from a quick dash across a loch to a camp on the far bank, to multiple nights spent exploring the remotest parts of this amazing landscape. Indeed, you might be pleasantly surprised by how, with the use of a boat or ATV, even the remotest parts of Assynt might actually be quite accessible for all. Assynt Fly Fishing will take care of absolutely everything, including all the camping and fishing equipment, hearty breakfasts and delicious evening meals all included in the price quoted. Normally I would ask that clients provide their own lunches and snacks, particularly for the single overnight expeditions, but for longer trips that can also be provided.
This is the ‘Ultimate Fly Fishing Experience’ and, as the flagship service of Assynt Fly Fishing, I take immense pride in making the experience exceed all of your expectations. I and constantly reviewing, expanding and developing the options available to assemble your ‘Perfect Expedition’ so please get in touch so that we can discuss all of the possibilities. These adventures are definitely not an ‘off-the-shelf’ event and each one will be perfectly tailored to your preferences.
To read about a safari experience ‘first hand’, I have written a short story about one particularly rewarding and enjoyable booking. You can find it here: A Day & Night in the Mountains