Bank House, Ardgay, Sutherland. IV24 3BG
Under the guidance of the Board and Trustees, the operational team cover an area consisting of 70 miles of principle rivers and 400 miles of tributaries. We fulfil our statutory responsibilities and our charitable objectives as set out in our governing documents by: Gathering scientific data to be used as a benchmark for strategic management of the Kyle of Sutherland habitat Securing and providing sustainable finance to support projects and initiatives by encouraging membership, partnership and private donation Distributing information and advice to those involved with managing, living within and using the fisheries and catchment area Working closely with rivers workers, managers, anglers, government agencies and others Inspiring the local community with educational initiatives featuring the diverse habitats and species within the Kyle of Sutherland district.
Holiday Accomodation Lairg Estate Lairg IV27 4EH
For excellent summer and autumn salmon fishing, or just a Highland holiday in an extremely comfortable and beautifully sited private lodge or one of the two excellent holiday cottages the Lairg Estate is unrivalled.
Open all year round, and only an hour's drive north from Inverness, amongst spectacular Highland Scenery, it's worth the journey.
Dramatic waterfalls and the famous, natural Atlantic Salmon Leap can take your breath away.The River Shin is a river in the Scottish North West Highlands.
The river flows from Loch Shin into the Dornoch Firth and then into the North Sea. The river is just 7 miles long. Around the Shin loch are some mountain ranges; the 3,273 foot Ben More Assynt in the west and Ben Klibreck 3,154 feet to the east. The loch drains to the North Sea by way of the short River Shin that feeds into the Dornoch Firth.
In the 1950s, the level of the loch was raised by over 30 feet by the construction of Lairg Dam by Wimpey Construction as part of a hydro-electric scheme.