Glen Finglas

The Glen Finglas Wild Brown Trout Fly Fishing Club was established in 2005 and has the sole rights to manage fishings on Glen Finglas Reservoir. We believe we have a unique opportunity to offer public access fishing to a very special place that abounds with nature in stunning surroundings rarely available today.

The club is indebted to Awards for All (Scotland) who in 2006 have supported the club in the purchase of two boats and equipment to get us started.

Glen Finglas reservoir is unique in that it offers at a very modest price, the opportuniy to fish this 300 acre water in an area within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The Club is particularly keen to encourage anglers who respect the environment and enjoy the total angling experience of a day in the National Park. We aim to ensure sensibly managed public access but also retain the remoteness element of the experience that makes Glen Finglas so attractive in the first place.
We have two boats for hire which can take a maximum of 3 anglers per boat.
Fishing is from boat only and by fly fishing only. No other source is authorized to offer permits for Glen Finglas reservoir.

Anyone caught fishing at Glen Finglas reservoir without the prior authorization of Glen Finglas Wild Brown Trout Fly Fishing Club will be reported to the Police.

Wild Brown Trout Fly Fishing

If you’ve ever stood shoulder to shoulder fishing for stocked rainbow trout and wondered where traditional wild brown trout fishing has gone to in Scotland, then you’ve just found it!

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