We pride ourselves on providing excellent fly and bait trout fishing in Scotland.
“Our ponds are kept well stocked with a broad range of well sized quality trout.”
Opened in 1997 our first pond provides approximately 2 acres for bait fishing. It is predominantly a family pond allowing parents to keep an eye on their children whilst enjoying a relaxing day’s fishing. Is stocked on a daily basis with rainbow trout from 2 – 20 lb. There’s disabled access to the pond.
This is the the biggest trout pond at over 3 acres; it is fly fishing only. Stocked on a daily basis with trout from 2 – 20 lb. This pond also has disabled access.
In an elevated position pond three provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside and is stocked with select trout for events, parties and visiting clubs. When not booked out for a club event, anglers are welcome to bait or fly fish on this pond. Ideal for fly fishers who have friends or children who like to bait fish,
We stock trophy fish bred for size and flesh quality. Our triploid fish, being sterile, are ecologically safe, not being able to breed with native species. We can maintain a consistent supply of large sized fish around *2lb to 20lb. These fish are fighters and don’t give up without a decent struggle.
There is also a natural stock of brown trout within the ponds which we ask to be returned unharmed. We’ve also noticed a number of fish which have evaded capture for some time and these can look extraordinary with vivid colourations from deep scarlet bellies to electric blue markings. They’re a magnetic attraction for fellow anglers, and quite rightly so.
The size of fish varies depending on a range of factors such as stock availability and time of year. Our reputation of stocking large quality fish is very important to us and we endeavor to maintain this. Over-wintered fish may appear slimmer with a more pronounced ‘athletic’ physique, their attitude is mean and their appetite ravenous. Some Carbeth Fishery staff have tried to adopt this diet but with little success.
Please note that 2011/12 fish may be slightly under 2lb due to extreme weather conditions in 2009/10.