The Mishinish Lochs are run by the Tobermory Angling Association and are regularly stocked with Brown Trout. There are three boats available as well as bank fishing.
A great little loch for the more inexperienced fly fisher. The fish here are relatively small in comparison to some of the bigger trout and Salmon that can be caught elsewhere, but they do take the bait, and certainly don’t give up without a battle.
Mull’s largest Loch, at five miles long, offers Brown Trout throughout the season with Salmon and Sea Trout from July onwards. The early part of the season rewards with good hauls of Brown Trout, with the record for the loch standing at 15lbs. There are regular reports of trout between 4lbs and 6lbs. Wind direction can play a factor on the loch so a bit of local knowledge will go a long way.
Loch Ba and River Ba
The river runs for two miles to the Loch na Keal from Loch Ba over a gravel bed. A short river, but with some fantastic holding pools for Salmon and Sea Trout. Both fly and spines work well here. The loch is the second largest on the island, and over recent years has has shown a good stock of wild fish. Records over the years have shown Sea Trout of up to 20lbs and Salmon well into their 20s. If the conditions are right, dapping can reap big rewards.
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The Isle of Mull offers two challenging 9-hole golf courses, and with such spectacular wildlife calls of birdie and eagle will take on a whole new meaning!
Tobermory Golf Club
Situated on the cliffs overlooking Tobermory, this 9 hole course offers a tough challenge, not least because of the hilly nature of the course, but also the stunning scenery which surrounds it, is sure to be a distraction to the most seasoned pro.
Green Fees start at £20 for the day (£10 for Junior rate) and £80 for a weekly pass (£40 for a junior rate). Green Fees are available from the following locations
Brown's Shop, Main Street, Tobermory
Western Isles Hotel, Tobermory
Sonas House, (Next door to clubhouse)
Clubhouse, restricted times during the summer
Tourist Information Office, Tobermory
Tourist Information Office, Craignure
Craignure Golf Course
Originally laid out in 1895 and revived in 1980, the Craignure Golf Course is a tough and challenging 9-hole course where over-ambition can cost or reward you at different stages throughout the course. Located on the shore of Scallastle Bay, and incorporating Scallastle river into the field of play, The Craignure Golf course is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. Green Fees are charged at £15 per round
The Club operates an honesty policy and visitors are asked to pay their fees at the box before commencing play.