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Raemoir Trout Fishery was originally constructed as a private fishery and as a single loch of 2 acres in 1995.
Over the next 2 years a further 2 lochs were added, and the fishery opened in 1997 as a PUBLIC TROUT FISHERY.
The fishery now comprises 3 lochs, making a water surface of 6 acres within a naturalised 11 acre site.
During 2005 timber platforms were added to the fly lochs to give better access, and sections of banking were reinforced with meshing and reseeded with a grass/ wildflower mix.
During 2006 the humble bothy was upgraded into a full size anglers cabin with open glazing, plentiful seating, log-burning stove etc, and a new adjoining toilet. Also during 2006 the beginners bait pond underwent its second transformation, increasing to two and half times original size, holding even more fish and allowing more young anglers to fish. Click here for full report
The 3 lochs are interconnected and fed by a small stream, which combined with the adjacent marshland, ensure that there is prolific natural feed to keep the fish in excellent fighting condition. There are exceptional quantities of sticklebacks, corixa, and damsels in all 3 lochs, and excellent surface hatches, which make Raemoir a notable fishery for floating line tactics.
The fishery is stocked weekly throughout the year maintaining an excellent density of trout at all times.
The fishery is fortunate in having prolific natural feed to keep the trout in excellent fighting condition at high density.
Main species stocked is Rainbow Trout in the range 2lb to 6lb with specimens up to 14lb. Other species stocked are Brown Trout, Blue Trout, and Arctic Char.
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