Amhuinnsuidhe Castle is a large private country house on the Isle of Harris, one of the Western Isles off the north-west coast of Scotland. The house was built in 1865 for the 7th Earl of Dunmore, the then owner of the island.
Amhuinnsuidhe was designed in the Scottish baronial style by architect David Bryce. In 2003 Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate purchased the castle and the fishing rights.The castle is now operated as a venue for shooting parties, fishing and other events.
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Grimersta, on the west coast of the beautiful Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides is widely regarded as one of the most prolific small salmon systems in Europe.
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Rodel Fishery is a picturesque Trout and Salmon fishery set in South Harris. The fishery has a catch limit policy in place for Loch Thorro and the Lingerbay system, therefore barbless hooks are the order of the day and fishermen are encouraged to complete a returns form for all fish caught.
The Rodel System is set in the shadow of St. Clements Church and The Rodel Hotel. This is a modest system comprising of two lochs, Loch Thorro and Loch Thorsagearraidh both offering varied sport for fly and spinner. The fishing in Loch Thorro is easily accessible from the road thus making it suitable for the less energetic. Salmon and Sea Trout, good quality Brown Trout and Arctic Char are present on this system.