St Johns Loch

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St John’s is a relatively shallow, marl bottom loch with an average depth of around 1.5m. Due to the depth and the marl bottom, this loch is affected by weed growth and discolours during periods of high wind. Average size of trout that can be expected is that of around 1lb with plenty of fish in the 2-3lb bracket. 

12″ inch minimum

Please be careful entering and leaving the harbour as there may still be submerged rocks.

No bank fishing from the North bank.

All fishing to be fair casting of the fly.

Two boats are available in the assoc. harbour with easy access for cars.

           SEASON FROM                   SEASON TO              DAY BOOKING            EVENING BOOKING           SUNDAY FISHING
                1st APRIL               30th SEPTEMBER                6am  –  6pm               6pm – dusk or 11pm     YES