South of Loch na h-Oidhche and the Gorm Lochs are the Strath Lungard
Lochs. This myriad collection of lochs and lochans is hemmed in
by a magnificent ring of Torridon mountains and densely populated
with hard-fighting wild brownies.
The region can provide days of enjoyable and productive fishing
among some of the finest scenery in Wester Ross. You can wander
with eager anticipation from loch to loch, each one full of new
promise and surprises, each loch characterised by the size and quality
of its fish.
Although the scenery is spectacular, it is remote and the lochs
are high above sea level. Mist can descend suddenly and the weather
can change quickly and dramatically. Do not venture into this region
without map and compass and the ability to use them. This area of
Wester Ross offers a last chance to experience the adventure of
The bothy, Poca Buidhe, is stone built and accommodates 4 people
comfortably. It has a flush toilet, a gas cooker and cooking utensils,
gas lighting and a wood-burning stove. Calor gas and logs are provided.
Anglers using the bothy have first option on the boat on Loch na
h-Oidhche for which fuel for the outboard is provided.
Read about The Poca Buidhe Experience
Fishing on Loch na h-Oidhche, from the bank or boat, can be booked
at the Post Office, Anchorage, Pier Rd, Gairloch. Bank fishing on
the Gorm Lochs is included. The bothy can also be booked here.