Sea Trout Fishing in England
In England, there are many excellent sea trout rivers. The South West, in particular, has its share, the most productive being the Teign, Fowey, Taw, Camel, Dart, Tamar, Tavy, Avon (Devon), Axe and Lynher. In the North West, the Lune, Ribble, Hodder, Kent, Cumbrian Esk and Ehen are worthy of mention and, historically the most productive of all, the Border Esk, although most of its sea trout fishing lies in Scotland. The North East can boast of several excellent, and, against the general run of things, improving sea trout rivers, for example the Tyne and Wear, with the Coquet and Yorkshire Esk having smaller, but worthwhile, runs.
Sea Trout Fishing in Ireland
In Ireland, sea trout are taken in the Currane/Waterville system, Kerry; the Cashla and Ballynahinch, Connemara; the Feale, Limerick; the Owenduff and Owenmore, Bangor; the Slaney, Wexford; the Bundorragha, Erriff and Dawros, Ballinakill; the Munster Blackwater, Lismore; the Boyne, Drogheda; the Bandon, Argideen, Lee, Ilen, Cork; to name only a few of the main rivers. In Northern Ireland, we have the Bush, Bann, Faughan, Roe, Derg, Finn and Foyle, all with runs of sea trout.
Sea Trout Fishing in Wales
There are numerous sea trout rivers in all parts of Wales, the most productive being the Towy (Tywi), Teifi, Dovey (Dyfi), Clwyd, Conway (Conwy), Nevern, East and West Cleddau, Rheidol, Mawddach, Glaslyn, Taf and Ogmore.
Sea Trout Fishing in Scotland
Many of the rivers to the north and west of the Great Glen were once noted sea trout fisheries - the Beauly, Conon, Helmsdale, Brora, Naver, Dionard, Laxford, Gruinard, Ewe, Torridon, Shiel, Ailort and Lochy, to name but a few. Sadly, the runs, particularly in our north western rivers, have declined with the growth of the salmon farms. Further south and east, we have the Findhorn, Nairn, Deveron and, perhaps best of all, the Spey; in the East, there are the Ugie, Ythan, Don, Dee, South Esk and Earn; in mid Scotland there are the Rivers Teith and Allan and, further west, the Loch Lomond system, including the Rivers Leven and Endrick, and the River Eachaig, flowing from Loch Eck; in the south, we have the rivers running into the Solway Firth - the Border Esk, the Nith, Annan and Cree. There is also good sea trout fishing to be had on the Islands, particularly in Lewis, Harris, the Uists, Orkney and Shetland.
Sea Trout Fishing in Argentina
Rivers Gallegos and Grande are known to be two of the finest fly fishing destinations in the world, famous for the enormous size of their sea run trout. The biggest of all are found in the Rio Grande, descendants from brown trout eggs introduced into the river over 70 years ago. This river (on which Wild and Exotic has access to three of the best dedicated fishing lodges) rises in the Chilean Andes and flows for 90 miles through the vast open steppe of Tierra del Fuego before meeting the South Atlantic Ocean at the port of Rio Grande. The Rio Grande is unquestionably the premier sea trout river in the world with anglers having a realistic opportunity of landing a fish in excess of 20lb. The Rio Gallegos lies across the Magellan Straits in the province of Santa Cruz, and although the fish here do not run quite as large as further south, double figure specimens are still the norm and our selected lodge is one of the best places from which to achieve that feat.
Sea Trout Fishing on Ireland's North West
Donegal is one of Irelands best kept secrets having traditionally been ‘off’ the usual tourist trails. From a game angling point of view, if your idea of angling heaven is solitude, wild fish, scenery and unspoilt fishing then look no further.
The River Morrum, Sweden
At the beautiful river Morrum we offer you fishing the whole season. From early March to late September. From single persons to bigger groups. We offer you fishing on private beats and fishing on Kronolaxfiskets water. You can also book accomodation, breakfast, guiding, lunch, dinner and all inclusive.
The River Towey, Wales
Llandovery Angling association runs two fisheries on the Towy above and below Llandovery. Upper Towy Fishing above Llandovery town including the newly aquired fishing at Bwlchnewydd, Rhandirmwyn. The general character of the river is very different to the water below the town. The upper river channel is predominantly narrower, and runs through rock faced gorges interspersed by deep holding pools. Some pools such as Dolauhirion, Tairheol and Divlyn are famous for their past reputations of holding large numbers of Salmon and sewin.