Loch Calder is the largest and the deepest loch in Caithness with a varied landscape and shallow bays. On Calder, the most obliging trout seem to be in the ½ to ¾ lbs range, although much larger fish of up to 6lbs have taken the fly. Along with brown trout, this loch is home to Arctic char and ferox trout but these are rarely caught on the fly. This one is definitely worth a cast!
10 inch minimum.
Boats are berthed at the South end on both sides.
Please use the special car parks provided.
No cars may be taken into the fields.
Use styles or gates for access.
No dogs allowed, livestock and wildlife must not be disturbed.
No camping or picnics.
|SEASON FROM||SEASON TO||DAY BOOKING||EVENING BOOKING||SUNDAY FISHING|
|15th MARCH||6th OCTOBER||6am – 6pm||6pm – 6am||YES|