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Thoroughly enjoyed this trip. Ian is a great guide, telling you some interesting historical facts about the area whilst hauling all manner of wonderful sea creatures from the water. Got to hold an octopus, lobster eggs, live languistines and a massive star fish. Nice little...More
I literally went along for the ride. I am not a fish / shellfish fan but had such a great time on the boat trip. We caught crab, fish and star fish. The kids loved it, the whole experience start to finish was such an...More
Ian is an experienced fisherman who couples knowledge of the wildlife with snippets of local history. Fascinating to hear about the shellfish business. Children loved fishing for mackerel and also seeing what was in the creels as they came in, getting up close to a...More
We enjoyed a boat trip from Dry Island as part of our family summer holiday to Gairloch. The experience was fun from start to finish. From finding the Island and crossing the causeway to gaining a special passport as an Islonian! We were on a...More
I had a great time on Ian's boat discovering how people fish seashells on the West coast.
Ian told us with passion and humour the story of the loch and many interesting and funny facts about the crabs, langoustines, lobsters and squat lobsters he catches....More
My husband booked a shellfish safari for me as a wedding anniversary surprise and we went with our little 4 year old son on a blustery but sunny morning. Most creels had something in and and we handled crabs and langoustines, starfish brittle stars, young...More
We booked for 6 of us (2 boys - 6 and 10), Mum, Dad, Gran and Grandpa to go on a fishing trip as the boys wanted a go at catching some mackerel.
Iain was a fabulous skipper. As we arrived a bit early and...More
My 6 year old chose this as his favourite part of the holiday. He came back beaming with a lobster and a crab and a few langoustine, squatties and macarel for us to cook for tea. It was such good fun despite lousy weather and...More