Fishing on the Drumardoch Estate

We are able to offer a variety of fishing on the Estate including fly fishing for Salmon and Trout or coarse fishing for Perch and Arctic Char.

River Leny North Bank

The River Leny (Garbh Uisge) presents a classical upper reaches salmon fishing experience. It is fed by Loch Lubnaig and joins the River Teith at Callander, ultimately flowing into the River Forth system. Salmon, sea trout and brown trout are all present in the river. With approximately 4 miles of fishing there is ample variety and space on the river.

We operate a season ticket only system on the River Leny. Two rods fish each day of the week throughout the season. Many of the rods have fished the river for a decade or more so places only become available occasionally. However if you would like to register your interest in taking a rod on the Leny when a place does become available please fill in the form.

Loch Lubnaig

Loch Lubnaig is a natural fresh water loch that extends to approximately 570 acres and depths of up to 45m. It is fed by the river Balvag (Balvaig) and flows into the River Leny (Garbh Uisge). Loch Lubnaig is unusual in that it runs predominantly North/South and so is sheltered from the prevailing westerly winds.

Lubnaig offers a variety of fishing including Arctic Char, Perch and Brown trout as well as migratory salmon and sea trout. It has a particular reputation for large perch.

We are able to offer day, week and season tickets for approximately 2 miles of bank fishing on the south west side of Lubnaig along the A84. We also have a secure launch area and separate tickets are available to fish from your own boat (please note maximum 10hp engines).

Lubnaig 2019


Bank Day - Adult


Bank Day - OAP/Child


Bank - Week Adult


Bank - Week Concession


Bank - Annual Adult


Bank - Annual Concession


Boat - Day


Boat - Season


Tickets for Lubnaig are available from:

The Cabin at Loch Lubnaig

James Bayne Tackle Shop – Callander

River Balvaig (Upper)

The River Balvaig flows out of Loch Voil in Balquihidder and then flows through Strathyre into Loch Lubnaig. We can offer salmon and sea trout fishing on the upper Balvaig with 1.7 miles of fishing on the north bank and 2.9 miles on the south bank.

Please contact us if interested in a season ticket by completing this form.