Sea Fishing in Loch Sunart and beyond into the waters around the Inner and Outer Hebrides.Book with us for the perfect Sea Angling holiday or short break for couples, groups and families.
The choice of fishing and facilities available onsite are uniquewith expertise, launching, moorings and private pontoon all with direct sea access from Laga Lodge.
Experts and novices are equally welcome. Check out these reviews on Trip Advisor to find out what other people think of boating with us.
Andy is on hand to discuss fishing marks and has years of fishing experience in and around Loch Sunart. For a review of what we offer follow the link to Whitby Sea Angers trip report Either bring your own boat or hire one of our Pioner Multi self drive boats or hire our Charter boat "Laurenca".
Mix and match your package to suit your group. We can provide continental breakfasts, packed lunches and ready to serve evening meals if required.
Basic price is for the accommodation, moorings and pontoon. Add self drive boat hire, charter boat or fishing tackle, creels etc on the booking page.
Everyone staying in Laga Lodge automatically receives a huge discount when hiring a self drive boat.
This is the view from Laga Lodge balcony looking down onto our pontoon.Our packages can save you so much, we can provide all safety equipment, rods and tackle, creel pots, boat launch and retrieval, private pontoon and moorings, making everything so easy. Quick and simple on line booking. Andy has years of experience fishing these waters and Charter Boat Laurenca11 has held the Common Skate record.
Facilities for your fishing holiday
- Purpose built accommodation in Laga Lodge for seven people
- Launch, mooring and pontoon for either self drive or your own boat
- Workshop and expertise for minor boat engine breakdowns
- Self drive boat hire includes tuition, safety equipment, fuel, lifejackets, VHF radio link
- Our own Charter Boat, Laurenca 11, fully coded for 12 passengers
- rods, tackle and gear to hire / buy
- Lobster creels to hire
All you need to bring is yourself, warm clothes, waterproofs and of course, a camera.