Braelangwell Lodge provides extremely comfortable and relaxing accommodation for 14 people. Downstairs there is a large, relaxing drawing-room with open log fire, dining room and well-equipped kitchen; a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and deep freeze, as well as a drying room. In the west wing of the house there is also a smaller but spacious sitting room with an open fire, dining area, T.V. and DVD and the ‘little kitchen’. This adaptable part of the house can be divided from the larger end providing cosy accommodation for smaller parties and is available for lets out of season (1st March – 30th September).
Braelangwell is primarily let for its salmon fishing but it also has excellent sea trout fishing, particularly for those who venture out after dinner. The fishing is let for 4 rods unless the water levels are above 0″ on the Morail gauge when 5 may fish.
The River Carron, (Carrann in Gaelic) begins life as Abhainn a’Ghlinne Mhoir and joins the Alladale River (Abhainn Alladail) to form the River Carron, where it flows east to the Kyle of Sutherland.
Fishing is from the left bank only. The top pools – Frenchmans, Millers, Burnmouth and Charlies are outside the beat rotation we share with Gruinard fishing and can therefore be fished at any time. Otherwise the fishing is divided into two beats (Upper and Lower) that change daily at 1.00 p.m. The main body of the Morail can be fished at View more... any time; in low water it is a good place to teach beginners to cast whilst in higher waters it earns its reputation as the most prolific pool on the river.
Please note that we ask our guests to always be respectful of those you may encounter on the opposite bank in these pools.
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