Fishing in Killearn, Stirling including Banton Loch, Hillend, Reservoir, House Trout Fishery - Scottish Walks with Tony Connery


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Killearn Fishing

Scottish Fishing

Below we have information on Fishing in Killearn and surrounding areas including,
North Third reservoir, Hillend Reservoir, River Endrick, Banton Loch


Fishing Killearn - Scottish Walks.

North Third Trout Fishery Airdrie & District Angling Club
Greathill House, By North Third, Stirling, FK7 9QS
Tel        07767 831 197
Caldercruix, North Lanarkshire, ML6 8NY
Tel        01236 843611

North Third, Stirlingshire
120 acre trout fishery set in stunning upland scenery only 5 miles from Stirling. Offering superb quality, stocked rainbow trout and wild brown trout fishing, North Third is recognised as one of the top, fly only, commercial fisheries in Scotland

Hillend Fishing Lodge, Hillend Reservoir
Established over 200 years ago as a reservoir for the Forth and Clyde Canal, the loch has become naturalised over the years and is fringed by mature woodlands, moorland and meadow

Banton Loch Campsie Cottage Fishing
The Covenanter Service Station, Stirling Rd. Kilsyth
Tel        01236 821582
Contact: nr Killearn
Tel        01360 440496

Banton, South Stirling
Banton Loch, only 1 mile from Kilsyth is significant for its bait or fly fishing for either brown or rainbows, but only from the bank and from March till October.

nr Killearn and River Endrick
March – October . Campsie Cottage have their own fishing rights on the River Endrick. However this is a spate river and the best fishing is in September and October.




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