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Fishing In Fife

Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:48 pm

Trout Fishing in Fife, Scotland

The River Tay, one of the finest salmon rivers in Scotland ends its journey to the sea in North East Fife.
The Tay Estuary provides a wonderful habitat for wildlife including common seals, porpoises and a great variety of waders and wildfowl. Sea trout fishing from the shore in Tayport and Wormit is very popular and there are some first class fly fishing venues in Fife offering predominantly rainbow and brown trout fishing.

The lochs are listed alphabetically under the name of the nearest main town.


The Fishing's



Dunfermline
Loch Fitty
Loch Glow

Leslie
Ballo Trout Fishery

Lochgelly
Lochore Meadows


Lochgelly
Lochore Meadows

Newburgh
Golden Loch
Loch Lindores

St Andrews
Cameron Reservoir





Angling Associations & Fishing Clubs Fife

Fishing Tackle Shops in Fife

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:49 pm

Guided Salmon and Trout Fishing Holidays in Scotland

1, 3 or 6 Day Fishing Holidays Bespoke Fishing Holidays

Corporate and Business Fishing Trips Fly Fishing Courses

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:49 pm

Ballo Trout Fishery
Ballo Trout Fishery is situated between the Leslie to
Falkland road, just off the A911 Glenrothes road in Leslie.

The fishing is bank and boat(fly only), for rainbow, steelhead, blues and wild brown trout.

We are open all year from 8am till dusk (Night fishing available).

There is tuition, rod hire and a snackbar/tackle shop for hot and cold
food/drinks and fishing essesentials, Inside heated toilets with changing area.

Prices are 18 per session for 8am till dusk with an 8 fish limit
but you can fish for 6 hrs for 15 with a 6 fish limit
or 4 hrs for 13 with a 4 fish limit
(sporting tickets are also available)
Boat hire is 8 (with engine)

There are concessions available for the retired and unemployed.
For further information and bookings please contact

Tele : 01592-748064 or 07851 866762

or E-mail : theballotroutfishery@hotmail.co.uk

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:50 pm

Cameron Reservoir

Cameron reservoir is situated about 4.5 miles south of St Andrews on the A915 Kirkcaldy road.

The fishing is bank and boat fly only for brown trout.

The season is from mid April until the end of September.

Permits can be obtained from

D Wilson & Son, 169 South Street, St Andrews Tel : 01334 472477

The Peat Inn Tel : 01334-840236

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:51 pm

Loch Fitty
Loch Fitty is situated on the B912 approximately 3 miles east of
Dunfermline and can be accessed from the M90 at either junction 3 or 4.

The loch is about 170 acres in sizeand is divided into four
separate areas with different fishing styles for each area.

The Main Loch is for the traditional fly angler and fishing is from either boat or bank. The boats are a spacious 19 long and each is fitted with a reliable outboard engine, oars and an anchor.
Day Boat Charges are...

1 Angler - 8 Fish Limit - 21
2 Anglers - 8 Fish Limit Each - 42
3 Anglers - 5 Fish Limit Each - 54
1 Angler 4 Hours - 3 Fish Limit - 13

Evening boats are slightly less and concessions are available for OAP's and the unemployed.
Bank fishing is also available : 8 Hour Ticket, 8 Fish Limit is 18 - 6 Hour Ticket, 6 Fish Limit is 15 - 4 Hour Ticket, 4 Fish Limit is 12. A pike fishing ticket is 10 for a single rod, bank fishing.



Teal Bay is strictly fly only and holds the largest trout, many of them are specimen trout which are stocked at a minimum weight of 2lbs and many are into double figures.
1 Angler 4 Hour Ticket 3 Fish Limit 18

1 Junior (12 to 26 years old) 4 Hour Ticket 2 Fish Limit 14

1 Under 12 years old 4 Hour Ticket 2 Fish Limit

No Catch & Release is allowed.



Academy Bay is full of trout for the bait angler, maggots, sweetcorn, power bait, worms and spinning are all firm favourites for catching these trout. Live fish bait is not permitted. An 8 Hour Ticket with a 8 Fish Limit is 18.

Lodge Bay is coarse fishing with roach, rudd, carp and perch. Only barbless hooks can be used and keep nets are not allowed except in matches. This is catch and release fishing only and ticket prices are 1 Rod per Angler 7 or 2 rods for 9.



Loch Fitty has excellant facilities which include a well stocked tackle shop in the Lodge which sells a comprehensive range of flies, fly tying materials, rods, reels, lines, nets and bait.

There is a Cafe within the Lodge which is open from 8:30 am until 7 pm serving a wide variety of hot and cold food including all day breakfasts, lunches and high teas. There is also a large selection of filled rolls, sandwiches, confectionary and cold drinks. What more could you ask for !

The loch is open all year round for rainbow trout or coarse fishing.

For further information or bookings please contact...

The Lodge, Loch Fitty, Kingseat, Dunfermline, Fife. KY12 0SP

Tel/Fax : 01383-620666 Email : mail@lochfitty.com


Website address : www.lochfitty.co.uk

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:52 pm

Loch Glow
Loch Glow is situated just a few miles to the north of Dunfermline

From the M90 turn off at Junction 4 Kelty, head west along the B914 and turn right up the small road signposted Cleish just before the B915 turn-off. About a mile up the road use the small Foresty Commission Loch Glow car park on the left hand side.

The loch is managed by the Civil Service Sports Association, Rosyth Branch and is stocked with rainbow trout once a week. The fishing is for rainbow trout, wild brown trout, pike and perch and all legal methods may be fished including bait, fly & spinner.

Permits are available to the general public and can be obtained from the Bailiff on the water
at the caravan on site. Permits cost 7 per day with a 6 fish limit and 5 concession /junior ticket. There are 2 boats available for hire at 5 per day.
Facilities include ample car parking and toilets

The Civil Service Sports Association (Rosyth) provides both seawater and freshwater fishing opportunities. For more information on Loch Glow and other fishing opportunities offered by the CSSA please visit their website at...

www.rosythangling.co.uk

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:52 pm

Golden Loch

Golden Loch is situated a couple of miles out of Newburgh and can be accessed either
off the A91 Auchtermuchty to Cupar road or from the A913 Perth to Newburgh road.
Head for the village of Grange of Lindores and the loch is just on the outskirts.

The fishing is fly only by bank and boat for rainbows and they are open all year round.

The loch is approximately 10 acres, has four boats and some T shaped jetty's allowing good bank fishing.

Stocked fish are generally one and a quarter pounds up to four and a half and a few bigger,
but it is known that the good feeding in this loch, purely insect, soon brings the weights
up and maintains a high quality of fish.

A significant amount of money has been spent on the loch in
recent years to make it into a mature and enjoyable place to fish.

For prices or further details please contact Anne Nicols

Tele : 01337-840412 or e-mail : jnicol@sol.co.uk

Website address www.goldenloch.co.uk

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Loch Lindores

Loch Lindores is situated a couple of miles out of Newburgh on the B937.

The fishing is by boat and fly only for rainbows.

The facilities have been significantly improved in recent years and the loch
is always well stocked hence fishing can be very good on the day.

Prices are two man boat 31 per session
Three man boat 33 per session
with a 6 fish per rod limit.

Contact Tele : 01337-810488

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Post by allthegearnoidea on Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:53 pm

Lochore Meadows Country Park
Lochore Meadows, Crosshill is situated about a couple of miles heading north out of
Lochgelly. It can also be reached from the A911 Glenrothes road coming off at Scotlandwell.

A 260 acre Loch in Lochore Meadows Country Park, well stocked with Brown and Rainbow Trout.

Season Opens - 1st March 2006 till 30th of November

March/April/May - Fly Only from Boat & Bank
June/July/August/Sept - Spin and Fly from Boats
Bait, Spin, Pike* and Fly from Banks
* Pike only 1 Permit/ rod per person
October - Bait fishing extends to Boats
November - Fly, Spin & Bait - bank fishing only

Ticket Prices
Bank Ticket (8 hour session between 8am to dusk)
Adult - 12.50 : Junior - 5.50

Season Ticket - 6 month (1 March to 31 August or 1 June to 30 November)
Adult - 152.00 : Junior - 56.00

Seaon Ticket - 9 months (1March to 30 November)
Adult - 196.00 : Junior - 76.00

FifeStyle Discounts apply to Season and Bank Tickets only.



Boats (No Fifestyle Discount - Identification Required)

Prices Including Engine

Weekday

one person - 15.00 / 2 people - 25.00 / 3 people - 32.00
-
Weekend Day or Evening or Public Holiday
one person - 17.00 / 2 people - 27.00 / 3 people - 36.00
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Weekday + Evening
one person - 25.00 / 2 people - 35.00 / 3 people - 40.00
-
Weekend Day + Evening or Public Holiday
one person - 26.00 / 2 people - 39.00 / 3 people - 44.00

Wheely Boat (per angler inc. engine / designed for wheelchair users)
Hourly rate 2.50
Day or evening 10.00
Please note Other Users

Sailors, canoeists and wind surfers may be using the eastern half of the Loch, but the western half is for angling only (apart from occasional regattas & instructed canoe groups).

The Wheely Boat is specially designed for wheelchair users, with a drop front ramp to make access easy. It belongs to Fife Sports Association for the Disabled, and was donated by Exxon Chemicals, Mossmorran. It is cared for and administered by the County Park. For reasons of safety there needs to be an able-bodied adult (18 or over) in the boat at all times. Please let us know if you need assistance. We will be only too happy to help.

The Catch Limit

Bank Tickets (day or season) is 5 fish per rod.

Boats - is 5 fish for one rod, 10 fish for two rods and 15 fish for three rods. Once this limit is caught, the anglers may purchase a bank ticket for each rod which will then allow them to exceed the catch limit by a further 5 fish per rod.

For bookings or further information please
Telephone : Ballingry (01592 414312)

or write to
Lochore Meadows Country Park, Crosshill, By Lochgelly KY5 8BA



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