River Shiel

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River Shiel
River Shiel - geograph.org.uk - 262844.jpg
Country Scotland
Physical characteristics
 - location

The River Shiel (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Seile) is a four kilometre long river in Acharacle, Highland. It flows out of the Loch Shiel into the sea at Dorlin.


The river contains salmon and sea trout, as well as native resident brown trout weighing up to 6 pounds.


  • http://www.scotsman.com/fishfarmingindustry/The-15000-that-got-away.3470344.jp

External links

Media related to River Shiel (Acharacle) at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 56°45′25″N 5°49′00″W / 56.75694°N 5.81667°W / 56.75694; -5.81667

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