Fishing

The Lochs, Burns and Rivers of the Angus Glens provide fantastic fishing.

Fishing on Lintrathen Loch

From fishing from a boat in Loch Lee to the beats of the South and North Esk rivers a visit to the Angus Glens is a must for keen fishers looking to catch Salmon or Trout.

The Angus Glens are home to a number of fantastic Lochs including Lintrathen, Brandy & Loch Lee to name a few. Fishing in the Lochs is via the many Estates in the glens.

There are a number of fisheries on the Esks that can be booked online via Fishpal and a number of beats are available from the Airlie Estates. Boat fishing on Loch Lee can be arranged via the Dalhousie Estates and the Kirriemuir Angling Club also have a number of beats on the South Esk as well boat fishing at Lintrathen Loch. At the foot of the Glens just of the A90 you will also find Finavon Castle Estate providing a number of beats on the South Esk.

Shooting

The Angus Glens are abundant in with Grouse, Pheasant, Partridge and both Red & Roe Deer.

Every glen provides a number of estate controlled shoots. Pheasant, Grouse, Partridge are abundant and the opportunities to shoot are plentiful. Deer Stalking is also available.

Rottal Estates a premier highland sporting estate in Glen Clova provide shooting, stalking and fishing.

Dalhousie Estates provide shooting, stalking and fishing in Glen Esk and also provide accommodation at the Invermark Lodge.

The Glenogil Sporting Estate offer shooting and stalking in splendid isolation in the beautiful Glens of Ogil, Moy and Lethnot as well as providing accommodation at the Redheugh Lodge.

The Gannochy Estate at the heart of Glen Esk offer shooting, stalking and Fishing as well as offering the opportunity to undertake the Macnabb (a brace of Grouse, a Stag and a Salmon all in the same day).