Isles of Orkney
Approximately 18 miles to the north of Dunnet Head in Caithness, across the Pentland Firth, sits the fertile chain of islands collectively known as Orkney. For the angler, the islands are home to a great variety of trout lochs, the largest of which is Loch Harry, not far from Kirkwall. Paul joins local angling experts Stan Headly and Billy Sinclair in search of Orkney Brownies. The rugged coastline around the islands offers great scope for sea angling, as seen when Paul fishes Hoxa Head for big pollack and coal fish.