Thursday, July 17, 2008

Fly Fishing North Fife

Fly Fishing on Lindores Loch North Fife. A beautiful yet under utilised place to fish in north fife. The loch is mainly fly fished for trout, it contains Perch, Pike and Eels also, it drains through the Den of Lindores to Parkhill millpond and into the River Tay. Along the way it passes through ancient Eel traps which have been in place from the at least the times of Lindores Abbey.

What a superb place to be, casting flies surrounded by an abundance of nature, Mallards, Coots, Moorhens, Swans and even Ospreys visit to partake of the rich pickings.

There is a building where one may hire or buy what is needed to indulge. For more information.
North Fife History. Cupar: A History History of North Fife Cupar. North Fife Property. Tour Scotland. North Fife Maps. St.Andrews and East Fife: Cupar, Anstruther and Crail (Explorer) Rent a Cottage in North Fife Scotland.

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