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The Point Pool is one of the most popular of all theKenmore pools. Almost half the fish taken locallycome from this pool. It lies directly above the junction of the Tay and the Lyon. It is thought that many fish stay in the pool in order to find clean water. The Lyon is a true spate river, while the Tay starts in the Loch and therefore always runs clear, so some Lyon fish chose to rest in the Point Pool before continuing their upstream journey. Fish tend to lie close to the opposite bank which is very steep, but they will follow a fly to your side often taking under the rod tip. Fish can lie anywhere from the big tree at the head of the pool right to the tail, but tend to be found closer to the tail the higher the water. Fishing is not allowed on the left/north bank as silhouette can easily spook the fish.


Mondays - syndicate

Tuesdays - Public

Wednesdays - Syndicate

Thursdays - Public

Fridays - Syndicate

Saturdays - Public


The Point Fishing Hut - More of a shed really, but welcome when a north easterly is blowing.


Point as Dusk in low water

Point at dusk in low water
Bob McIntyre caught and released 8 salmon and grilse in one week from this pool during July 2000
It may look like unpromising looking conditions, but this pool almost always has fish in it.

 
 
 

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