Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Fly Fishing Loch Mill North Fife 2010

North Fife. Lochmill, Newburgh is one of the hidden gems of the town, it lies a mile or so South West.
It is a very quiet, beautiful and tranquil spot where people may picnic in solitude and watch the Great Crested Grebes, Coots, Moorhens and Herons amongst others.It also provides excellent fly fishing for Brown and Rainbow Trout. Day tickets for fishing can be obtained from Last Orders in the High Street.

Fly fishing.



Small fry in the shallow waters around Loch Mill.

Looking west from the Loch Mill road from Newburgh to the confluence of the Rivers Earn and Tay.

Quarry Newburgh, on way to and from Loch Mill one passes this quarry, it ofers good climbing though emerging at the top presents a challenge with the gorse bushes.

1 comment:

Lauren said...

Loch mill brings back memories of Scotland visited last November.