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Loch Kinardochy

 
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Loch Kibardochy

 

Loch Kinardochy is a hill loch, which lies in a shallow basin set high upon the tops between the Tay and the Tummel valleys. It is easily reached by the B846 from either Tummel Bridge (5 miles) or Aberfeldy (14 miles). Access is easy with a car park close to the boat hut. The fishings are run by Pitlochry Angling Club, which offers boat fishing to visitors.

The water contains typical highland brown trout, which are stocked as yearlings by the club. They are free rising and can be caught all over this shallow loch. Fishing is by fly only with a 10" minimum size limit, and maximum of 10 fish per boat to be retained.

Boats cost £15 per day and advanced booking is recommended.
Permits can be obtained from Mitchells of Pitlochry, 23 Atholl Road, Pitlochry 01796 472613.

 
 
 

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