For the angler, Sutherland is renowned for its wild Brown Brout lochs in and around Durness. Each year, specimen trout are taken by visiting anglers which thrive on the nutrient rich waters. Paul joins Bruce Sandison on Loch Calladale and with a nice wave they adopt traditional loch style tactics using Black Pennells and Soldier Palmers to try to tempt fish on or near the surface. With Bruce's fishing prayer and his expert boatmanship, he soon has them on the fish landing some beautiful Brown Trout. Taking a break from the fishing, Paul smartens himself up and meets up with Dame Barbara Cartland, one of the most successful authors of all time and a keen Salmon angler. An endearing feature of Sutherland is its mountainous terrain and numerous highland spate rivers, and Paul visits the Helmsdale town water for the chance of a Salmon before trying the famous River Dionard.