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GUIDED SALMON FISHING HOLIDAYS IN SCOTLAND
Few countries in the world can offer the angler as much variety and sport as Scotland. The country boasts over 600 square miles of inland lochs and countless rivers, all providing excellent spawning ground for wild fish.
Fishins Fun offers fully inclusive guided Salmon Fishing holidays on some of Scotland’s finest waters. While your Salmon Fishing in some of Europe’s wildest and most beautiful, unspoilt spots, we’re big on creature comforts too. Daily, 3 Day and 6 Day Fishing Breaks available, fishing rivers such as the Spey, Tay and Tweed. We can provide top class accommodation, private transportation, fishing rods & reels, fishing permits, expert casting tuition from your fishing guides (if required) included in the price.
Atlantic salmon are notoriously elusive and difficult to catch which is why they are so prized by fishermen the world over. As one of the longest established fishing guide services in Scotland, Fishins Fun can greatly increase your chances of a fish by using our wealth of experience to put you in the right place at the right time. This is why so many of our customers come back fishing with us year after year.
If needed, we can supply all the fishing tackle and wading gear you need too.
We are also experts at arranging corporate trips with transport ranging from a bus to a helicopter, and meals ranging from a packed lunch to a champagne dinner! See our corporate page for more details.
Or if you’d simply like to escape the smoke for a day, why not try shuttlefish – fly from London in the morning, fish all day and back on the last shuttle at night – see the link above for details
Other kinds of fishing such as trout or specimen pike fishing are also available, and Bobsport can also arrange Golfing, Shooting, and Skiing holidays. We have accommodation to let in the highlands of Scotland, and for the non-fishers who simply want to experience the breathtaking Scottish scenery, why not have a look at our 3 day tours of Scotland – see links above for details.
 

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