Reasort Estates

Estate Rules

At Rèasort Estates we aim to encourage young, big and healthy fish. We follow the guidelines of the Western Isles District Salmon Fisheries Board as closely as possible. The recommendations are that one salmon and two sea trout can be retained per day.

Any sea trout smaller that 1½ lb or over 3 lb should be returned. Fish should always be returned during the spawning season. Your ghillie will be able to advise on which fish you should retain.

A record must be kept of all catches, whether retained or returned, and this is filed and recorded at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle. The ghillies will provide you with sheets to fill in and if you ask nicely, they may even do it for you! Please also enter details of your catch in the fishing record book at the property you’re staying in. They’re situated in the drawing room at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and in the sitting room at Hamanavay House and Morsgail Lodge.

This enables us to monitor our fish stocks and compare catches from previous years. This information is also available on Fish Pal and is updated on a daily basis during the open season. http://www.fishpal.com

Fishing is by fly only and ‘dapping’, given the right conditions, can be most effective.

Spinning and trolling are not permitted.

Triple hooked flies are not permitted.

We do not fish or shoot on Sundays.

A record must be kept of stags and hinds that are shot. The Estate Manager will provide forms.

Life jackets must be worn when using boats on Rèasort Estates.

Please listen to the instructions from the Estate Manager, including his decision according to weather conditions. All sporting activities are at his discretion.

Due to the presence of livestock on Rèasort Estates, please keep dogs on leads. Close gates and do not leave any litter.

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact the estate office on 01859 560200.

Estate Rules

At Rèasort Estates we aim to encourage young, big and healthy fish. We follow the guidelines of the Western Isles District Salmon Fisheries Board as closely as possible. The recommendations are that one salmon and two sea trout can be retained per day.

Any sea trout smaller that 1½ lb or over 3 lb should be returned. Fish should always be returned during the spawning season. Your ghillie will be able to advise on which fish you should retain.

A record must be kept of all catches, whether retained or returned, and this is filed and recorded at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle. The ghillies will provide you with sheets to fill in and if you ask nicely, they may even do it for you! Please also enter details of your catch in the fishing record book at the property you’re staying in. They’re situated in the drawing room at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and in the sitting room at Hamanavay House and Morsgail Lodge.

This enables us to monitor our fish stocks and compare catches from previous years. This information is also available on Fish Pal and is updated on a daily basis during the open season. http://www.fishpal.com

Fishing is by fly only and ‘dapping’, given the right conditions, can be most effective.

Spinning and trolling are not permitted.

Triple hooked flies are not permitted.

We do not fish or shoot on Sundays.

A record must be kept of stags and hinds that are shot. The Estate Manager will provide forms.

Life jackets must be worn when using boats on Rèasort Estates.

Please listen to the instructions from the Estate Manager, including his decision according to weather conditions. All sporting activities are at his discretion.

Due to the presence of livestock on Rèasort Estates, please keep dogs on leads. Close gates and do not leave any litter.

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact the estate office on 01859 560200.

Core Value Statement

That the unique natural environment of Reasort Estates shall continue to be nurtured together with those Christian values, displayed by generations of families for whom this land is Home.

In all things may God be our guide.