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Loch Earn

South end of the loch on 24/06/2007 by Alan Griffen

 

Day Tickets are available from:

The Post Office, Lochearnhead. 01567 830 201
Village Shop St Fillans Tel: 01764 685309
Village Shop Lochearnhead 01567 830214
Drummond Estate Boat Hire, Lochearnhead, 01567 830400
South Loch Earn Caravan Park, St. Fillans Tel. 01764 685270

Daily:
Adult: £9
Child: £4-50p


Weekly:
Adult: £25
Child: £12-50p

Season: 15 March to 6 October.

Along the north shore are several laybyes which seem to be very popular in the summer months.

     
Fishing on north side, 3 miles down from nets and exciusion zone. March 2010.   Loch Earn

Fishing on north side, 3 miles down from nets and exciusion zone. March 2010.
Pictures by Anne Davidson

 

Same place july 2010

Marks on the caudal fin and deformed pectoral fins indicate a stocked fish.

 

 

If anyone has information on where to fish on Loch Earn - please let us know.

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George Doors wrote....

All round the banks are good fishing for brown and rainbow trout, where as if you hire a boat from Drummond Fish Farm, you can access the whole loch. For good fun fishing, anchor beside the fish cages and catch escaped rainbows from the top, or a big brownie or char from the bottom. Trolling with a spinner is a very good way of getting the bigger fish as well, keeping just off the shore, but covering a lot of distance! baits to use are, worms, maggots, power-bait and sweetcorn! all the good trout spinners work along with tobies for sea trout and salmon, and seasonal flies are good as well.

 

 
 
 
 

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