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The River Lossie

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Lossie

The River Lossie flows northwards through Morayshire to Elgin, entering the Moray Firth a few miles further on at Lossiemouth.  Although overshadowed by its illustrious neighbours, the Spey and Findhorn, the River Lossie can, in suitable conditions, provide some excellent salmon and sea trout fishing, with something in the region of 100 salmon caught in a season and up to 400 sea trout.

The River Lossie at Lossiemouth

 

 

River Lossie Sea Trout Fishing

Today the River Lossie is fished by rod and line along most of its 30 mile length from the mouth up to Dallas. The Lossie is a small spate river, sluggish in parts and overgrown in places. Some parts are suited to fly fishing, a single handed rod being adequate but many sea trout are taken on worm, while a number of sea trout are taken in the tidal section of the river at Lossiemouth, mainly by spinning. The lower 10 miles of the river are controlled by the Elgin & District Angling Association and permits are readily available to visiting anglers at very reasonable rates. For Elgin & District Angling Association permits, please contact The Angling Centre, Moss Street, Elgin, 01343 547615. Upstream from Elgin there are a number of estates, e.g. Kellas Estate, who offer fishing access along with the Dallas Angling Association, who manage the upper reaches.

 

View Google maps and aerial satellite views of the River Lossie

Pan the whole length of the river and zoom into aerial views of the salmon and sea trout fishing pools

 
 

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