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The River Ardle is a pretty tributary of the Shee/Blackwater/Ericht/Islay system. It rises in the mountains to the east of Pitlochry and then flows southeastwards via Kirkmichael and Ballintuim to Bridge of Cally where it joins the Ericht. The river is primarily known for its brown trout fishing, but it does hold salmon. As with many headwaters you need to be there at the right time, but some of the locals indicate that good sized fish can be caught.

 


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