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This loch is a favourite for many of the local fly fishers because of it’s hard fighting, quality trout averaging 10 - 12oz. Although "dour" at times this loch is worth persisting with as there are trout of over 3lb lurking in it’s depths. Recommended flies: Claret Bumble, Ombudsman, Loch Ordie and Claret Dabbler. A good South-west wind sees this loch at its best, but beware it can get stormy here very quickly, and there are some anchor ropes from previous salmon cages still present in the loch, so if it gets wild come ashore. Travelling from Stornoway, the loch is close to the road, on the right hand side, after the turn off for Loch Airigh Riabhach.

Breugach boat.
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Getting to the Loch from Stornoway

Take the A857 out of the centre of Stornoway, going straight ahead for another 100 yards at the first roundabout onto Macaulay Road.
Take a left turn and carry on for 300 yards.
Take a left turn onto the A858 and carry straight on up the hill and remain on the main road for just over 4 miles (note that it becomes the A859 after three quarters of a mile).
700 yards after the Leurbost junction just after the left turn sign Loch Breugach should be visible on the right hand side. Park in the parking space on the right hand side.
Please click on the info icons on the map for more information on how to get to the loch and its facilities.