end is particularly favoured for pike fishing
as there are more shallows and weeds. Roach (which
are recent introduction) are now increasing in
numbers and studies are underway to look at their
possible impact. Perch are also present and seem
to be recovering after many poor years. Ferox
trout are rarely fished for, but they are
there. Specimens of 16lb, 13lb and 12lb have been
taken in the last few years.
end trout and coarse fishing is run by Killin
Angling Club and East
Loch Tay Angling Club. Much of the bank can
be fished, but anglers should refer to permits
for exact details as some areas are not covered
by the clubs and some houses have gardens backing
onto the loch which must be avoided.