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The River Fillan lies between Tyndrum and Crianlarich. The River Conninish (which is little more than a stream) is its source. Together these two rivers then become the River Dochart which enters Loch Tay at Killin, with the Tay proper starting at the other end of the Loch at Kenmore.

The Fillan flows through Glen Dochart, which is typical of high glens with mostly open pasture and mixed woodlands. The river is small and needs only a short rod. These headwaters can be very productive if you catch a run going through.

River Fillan

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Rivers Fillan & Dochart Beat No.2

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River Fillan
Photogaph courtesy of the

Tay Western Catchments Project

 

The Pools

Rivers Fillan & Dochart - left bank between the march dyke in Strathfillan upstream from Inverhaggernie and the mouth of Essan burn. Right bank from Kininverdhu burn, beside the car park to the point opposite the mouth of the Essan burn.

 

Trout & Coarse Fishing

Trout and coarse fishing on this beat is administered by the owner. Fishing is from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset and by any legal method. Adults £3, juniors free. No bag limit and no size limits. Sunday fishing is allowed, but no night fishing.

For permit information see http://www.tayfishing.co.uk/

Lochdochart House

Inverhaggernie House

J.J. Burger Van

 
 
 
 

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