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Discover the Castles and Rivers, Lochs and Glens of this beautiful, unspoilt part of Argyll, from the village of Bridge of Orchy in the north, through Dalmally, Lochawe, Ardanaiseig, Portsonachan to Eredine in the south,or try your luck with the magnificent brown trout of Loch  Awe..where a 31lb 11oz brown trout was caught in March 2002, setting a new British record.
There is a public slipway situated between Cruachan power station and Lochawe village on the A85, although it is in a very poor condition and, as such, is suitable for launching small boats only. Boats can be hired from a few places around the loch, the most popular being Loch Awe Boats at Ardbrecknish which also has an area suitable for launching your own boat. There is a petrol station at Crunachy/Inverawe (near the barrage), which also has a camp site and there are pubs at Lochawe, Kilchrenan, Portsonachan and Ford. Loch Awe is one of the largest lochs in Scotland at 26 miles long and is one of the most popular lochs for angling in Argyll. It is up to 1 mile wide in places and drops to a depth of some 300ft. The loch, which is 16 miles from Oban, is easily accessible from public roads that run around its perimeter.Brown Trout, Ferox, Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Sea Trout, Pike, Char, Perch, Roach

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