The River Inver offers excellent fishing, in the right conditions, from late May to September. There are five beats on the river, each fishing 2 rods, and the fishing is let by the beat by the day.
The River Inver lies a short distance from the picturesque village of Lochinver in the unspoilt North West of Sutherland. The River is approximately 6 miles in length and flows from Loch Assynt to the sea. There are a total of five beats, each fishing 2 rods. The upper beat contains 2 small lochs and a number of runs and pools whilst the beats of the lower and middle river contain a mix of water that fishes in a range of heights.
In recent years, a lot of improvement work has been carried out, particularly to the lower river, and this includes jetties, groynes and walkways. This has created better holding water and made the pools more accessible. Fishing on the Inver is by fly only and it is a beautiful river to fish. The season runs from 11th February to 15th October with fishing beginning in earnest in May. For availability and ghillie assistance please be in contact.
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