About Loch Awe

Loch Awe is a large freshwater loch located in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, known for its excellent fishing opportunities. The loch is home to a variety of fish species, including salmon, trout, pike, perch, and eels.

Fishing on Loch Awe can be done from the shore, by boat or by wading. 

The most popular fish to catch on Loch Awe is brown trout, which can grow up to 30 pounds in weight. Fishing for brown trout is best done during the summer months, when the fish are more active and feeding on the surface.

Pike fishing is another popular activity on Loch Awe, with many anglers targeting the large pike that are known to inhabit the loch. Pike fishing is best done during the winter months when the water is colder, and the fish are more active.

Overall, fishing on Loch Awe can be a rewarding experience for anglers of all levels, with plenty of opportunities to catch a variety of fish species in a stunning natural setting.