The Loch Lomond Fisheries Trust is an environmental charity formed in 2001 to champion the conservation and restoration of Loch Lomond’s native fish and the freshwater environment. The trust works on various community engagement and practical conservation projects to achieve our objectives. Our aim is to maintain and restore biodiversity with a practical, responsible, and sustainable approach.

From the River Falloch in the north, to the mouth of the Leven in the south – our catchment encapsulates a variety of habitats giving us a wide range of wildlife. Various species of bird, fish, and mammal are regularly spotted, and there’s even the occasional reptile!

Loch Lomond itself is an iconic scene in the Scottish landscape, and a popular leisure destination for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Here at the trust, we want to promote an inclusive landscape that can be enjoyed for generations to come.

Meet the team

Learn more about the directors and the staff here at the trust

Say Hello

Something to report? Want to volunteer? Maybe you just like fish?

The Auchengaich Burn

Learn about the history of the burn, along with it's issues and the work we do

find out what we've been doing...

Tree planting, INNS control, electrofishing surveys, patting cows… Come and have a look at some of the projects we’ve been carrying out in our catchment