Loch Bad an Sgalaig is a natural and irregularly shaped loch near the small village of Poolewe, Wester Ross, Scotland. It has a length of 1.06 km (0.66 mi), a surface of 132.2 ha (327 acres) and a maximum depth of 20 m (64 feet). The lake was dammed in 1949 to power the Kerry Falls power station. It is the source of the River Kerry, to the northwest, and it embraces the Abhainn a'Gharbh Choire from the southeast. Pike is the main species that can be fished here.