St Winnoch Angling Club

St Winnoch Angling Club

Castle Semple Loch

St Winnoch Angling Club

Castle Semple Loch
Excellent coarse fishing with pike to 20lb+, roach, perch and eel.  Salmon and sea-trout are also present in the loch as they pass through en route to the River Calder. Facilities include a club boat for use by any club member and any legal angling method is allowed here subject to club rules.

Barr Loch
Offering the same species as Castle Semple Loch this water is situated within a R.S.P.B. managed nature reserve and the number of rods is limited to eight at any one time.

River Calder
Around 5 miles fishing for wild brown trout in the scenic Calder Glen. Salmon have been returning to the river in increasing numbers and a planned fish pass at Bridgend Falls should ensure a healthy stock of migratory fish for the future.
Click here for the current river level data

Dubbs Burn and Millbank Burn
Two small burns situated close to Barr Loch. Mainly roach and perch fishing with occasional pike and trout.

Queenside Loch
Queenside Loch is situated within the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and offers excellent brown trout fishing in stunning surroundings for those prepared to undertake the 40 minute walk from Muirshiel visitors centre. Fly fishing only at this loch.

Season tickets and day tickets available at very very reasonable cost.

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