Artloch Fishery is located 3 miles outside of Huntly in Aberdeenshire and offers almost 5 acres of bank rainbow and brown trout fly-fishing.
This fishery is very popular with local anglers due to the quality of its fishing trout, modern facilities and natural setting.
Originally opened in 1976, the loch was extensively renovated and re-opened in October 2003. The loch varies in depth from 5 to 15 ft, is fed by water from Glen Burn and is stocked with Rainbow trout between 2.5 - 10 lbs and resident Brown trout up to 10 lbs.
Facilities for the disabled include toilet, electric scooter and almost complete access to fishing around the loch.
Open: 363 days a year from 0830 until dusk (Closed Christmas and New Year Day).
4 Fish - £22; 3 Fish - £18; 2 Fish - £14; 1 Fish - £10. Over 3 hrs C&R - £12; Up to 3 Hrs C&R £10; Rod hire £5, Tuition £15 pp.
Facilities For Disabled: Toilet, electric scooter, almost complete access to fishing around the loch/ Long handle fishing nets.
Transport and Parking
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Partial wheelchair access
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