Tackle For Hire!
If you don't have tackle of your own, and you want to have a go,
we have both fly and bait rods, nets, a large selection of flies and lures all
here on site - all you need to bring is yourself. We have a heated lodge, with
toilet facilities for the disabled, as well as a sitting area and a selection of
snacks and hot and cold drinks. Car parking is right beside the lodge, and 30 metres
from the lochs, but disabled anglers are welcome to drive right up to the edge of
8.30am to 6pm Mon to Sun( Mar to Nov)
Winter months(Nov to end of Mar each year)
Closed on Mon and Tues
8.30am to 4pm Weds to Sun (Due to light in winter)
NOTE: Our regulars and season ticket holders and club members are allowed to fish on after these times as we know them and can fish the evening rises.
Club Members have the authority to check tackle and are part of the fishery with the full backing of the fishery in any disputes.
Full day 3 fish £30 (kill first 2 fish and select 3rd plus candr)
6 Hrs 2 fish £26 (kill first fish and select 2nd,plus candr )
4 hrs 2 fish £22 (kill 1st fish and select 2nd fish plus candr)
2 hrs 1 fish £12
You are allowed 1 double figure fish ONLY in your bag.
All Brown trout must be returned and any fish being returned MUST be kept in the water.We expect any out of the water to be killed and paid for if limit has been reached.
After 2 hours you can pay per hour at £5ph.
Full day C and R £20
6 hrs C and R £17
4 hrs C and R £14
Upto 4 hrs you can pay by the hour at £4 ph
Sporting tickets are all barbless hooks and all fish returned and must be kept in the water no matter what size they are.
Only nets supplied by the fishery are to be used on all our lochs.
This loch is designed for children to catch a fish,it is NOT ideal for adults as you kill what you catch to your limit selected.There is NO returning any fish,all fish must be killed to your limit.It is always well stocked to ensure the children do catch a fish and is not done by the hour,but by the number of fish you select before you go down to the loch.
4 fish £22
3 fish £18
2 fish £14
1 fish £10
No returning of fish is allowed on this loch at all.Please bring your own bait ,ie worms,maggot or sweetcorn with you.
This is a specialised loch for coarse anglers only.It is not a bait loch and only anglers who have the correct tackle are allowed on it.We do not supply any tackle or bait for this loch.No bread or nuts to be used and NO heavy groundbaiting is allowed.No hook size above size 12 and must be all barbless.Any bait left over MUST be taken away with you and not thrown in the water.
1 rod is £12 for the day
extra rod (max 2 rods) £5
We only allow Nets supplied by the fishery to be used to stop any infection
Tackle for Hire
All rod hire for both the bait loch and fly lochs only can be hired for the duration of your stay for £10.There is also a £10 refundable deposit to be paid which is returned if all equipment is returned unbroken.
On all our lochs the health of our fish is paramount and respect of them must be taken that they are not handled and returned safely.This ensures that fish quality is high at all times for all anglers.Our rules are simple and we expect anglers to respect them at all times.
All litter must be taken with you or placed in the numerous bins around the fishery to ensure the health of the wildlife around it.
No Boobys,snake flies or eggs to be used.Indicators are allowed.
Tea and coffee is avaialable for anglers and at weekend bacon and sausage in rolls for a small donation.Non Anglers can purchase tea and coffee for a donation at the shop.
We do have a tackle shop on site with a huge selection of flies for sale,along with leader,rods,reels clothing etc.
May 21, 2018
If your a dry fly angler ,now is the time for you.Fish have been rising all week and set to continue with the weather being good.Nothing gets an anglers heart going,than seeing rising fish and taking a dry fly.Been a good week for anglers with lots of fish caught.
Millbuies is looking good and again plenty of fish moving and feeding .Make the most of these warm days as its a long winter.
May 16, 2018
The Club annual Open comp which is for everyone and open to all anglers not just club members, will be on July7th a Saturday,starting at 6pm to 1am.Stopping for BBQ at 9 pm to 10 pm.Always an enjoyable evening and friendly compy enjoyed by all.Lots of prizes and raffles. List for names will be up at the fishery.Come along and enjoy a great evenings fishing.
May 14, 2018
Plenty of fish around on the surface now and will suit those who enjoy the dry fly sport.Some really good fish been coming to the net this week upto double figures and anglers hitting double figure numbers on catches.Millbuies doing well also with blues and Browns to a good size.The coarse loch is fishing really well on live red and white maggot on method feeder with excellent bags of fish being caught.Pictures on gallery.Bream,roach,ide,chub all to good size and nice to see a good mix of sizes being caught.
May 12, 2018
Weather hasn't been good this week,but as I write its a good morning for fishing with fish rising all over the loch.Archie Miller has just had a good fish on his first cast and it is perfect conditions.Plenty of bigger fish moving around now so don't fish too light.
April 23, 2018
A really good week with good weather and fish all over the top.Dries and buzzers worked best for most anglers.Some good fish have been taking with plenty of bigger fish . 9lb 6ozs a beauty.Great to see that the season is now underway.
On the coarse loch fishing is going well and Paul Murdoch had a great bag of fish and capped the week off really well with all anglers doing well.Red Maggot has been the best choice and fish coming to it well.It has to be emphazised this loch does not fish well when you overfeed so keep it to a minimum if you really want fish.Micro pellet that's 2mm has also done well for some.Remember these are wild fish not stockies.
April 2, 2018
All lochs clear this morning,Monday no ice to report at all.Some snowfall overnight but this should clear.just make sure your dressed for fishing its not tee shirt and shorts yet.Plenty of fish being caught on buzzers,black and green fritz and yellow dancers,varying on intermediate and floating lines.
March 13, 2018
Since opening after the snow on weds,fishing has been steady and plenty of good fish caught.Heaviest to John Main at 9lb and Bill Hives had a 5lb 13oz.Mark Bell had a good wild brown of 5lb returned.Nymphs,small buzzers and ace of spades doing best on intermediate lines.Barry Wilkie had an 8lb 11ozs fish,Willie McRobbie an 8lb 9oz fish and some good wild browns caught also.Club AGM is at 3.30pm on the 18th march for members,new members and anyone wishing to join the club.