The River Ness is a 5 mile long Scottish river which begins at Loch Ness, the second largest loch in Scotland, and ends at the city of Inverness, where it meets the Moray Firth. The river is a popular fishing spot, known for high quality salmon and brown trout. Permits are required in order to fish the River Ness. Fishing seasons generally start in mid-January and end mid-October. Car parks are available at several locations close to the river. Several bridges exist over the River Ness, some of particular interest, such as the Ness Bridge between the High Street and the A82 to Fort William, which has existed in some form since the 11th century.
Inverness, Inverness, United Kingdom