Loch Ken

Set in the heart of the Ken / Dee valley in Dumfries and Galloway, south west Scotland. It is undoubtedly Scotland’s most prolific pike water with the emphasis on large catches of hard fighting middleweight fish. Historically some huge pike have been recorded here, including the famous Kenmure pike caught in 1798 reputed to have weighed 72lbs (32.7kg).

Brown Trout, Pike and Perch are all native to the loch and Salmon run through during the season. Other species may also now be caught such as Roach, Ruffe, Bream, Dace and Rainbow Trout.

Day tickets can be obtained from local pubs and shops depending on the area you wish to fish.

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