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    Fishing Holidays If you are looking for a fishing holiday then Scotland is the perfect answer. Scotland has world famous salmon rivers such as the Tweed, Tay, Spey and Dee, many of which have recently been reporting record catches. You will also find a huge variety of top quality trout fishing from wild trout in hill lochs and burns to the stocked rainbow trout in still water fisheries. For the coarse angler, there is top quality pike fishing in stunning locations, as well as carp, roach, perch and others. The sea fisherman will not be disappointed; the waters around Scotland have a great variety of species, from cod, bass and Pollack to the huge skate found on the west coast.

    Add to all this the stunning scenery and wildlife, mix in some golf, whisky and rich cultural heritage and you have everything you need for a memorable fishing trip in Scotland for yourself, family and friends. A fishing holiday in Scotland is for many the ultimate fishing experience of a lifetime. There is a wide range of self-catering accommodation available for a fishing holiday but many fishermen prefer to stay in a hotel or rent a fully catered house.

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