The River Earn is the southernmost river within the world famous Tay system, and runs through the picturesque area of Strathearn, Perthshire. It has a rich history of Game Fishing success and the River Earn is famous as being one of Scotland’s most prolific Sea Trout rivers, and the home of some large salmon. As part of the Tay River System the River Earn joins the Tay about 8 miles below Perth at the head of the Firth of Tay and migratory fish that enter the Firth turn left from the Tay to enter the Earn and travel upstream through some spectacular pools and runs. Lochlane and Laggan has some of the finest of these pools and glides and nestles within the Strathearn Valley between Comrie and Crieff, approximately 27 miles from the sea.
The Fishings include the renowned Lady Mary’s Walk Beat and 32 named pools comprising of 2.1 miles of double bank and 0.32 miles of single bank fishing.
Since 1990 much work has been completed to improve the river banks, access and comforts for fishers, and the creation of new lies. This together with continual annual maintenance has created a quality and highly sought after fishery offering superb fly fishing for Salmon and Sea Trout in an idyllic setting.