From the South
Follow the A82 to Barloan roundabout in Dumbarton, take the Renton turn off approx 1 mile after roundabout, at the T junction turn right through the village of Renton, on the left watch for RENTON GARAGE, take the first left after the garage and follow the road for approx 2miles to the Fishery.
From the North
Take the turn off for Renton on the A82 approx 3miles
after the Balloch roundabout, at the T junction turn right through the village of Renton on the left watch for RENTON GARAGE, take the first left after the garage and follow the road for approx 2mile to the Fishery.
The loch is stocked weekly with top quality, Fully Finned Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout, Blues, Brook supplied from one of the top fish farms in Britain. There are 40 well-planned positions and boat and rod hire is available for visitors and groups.
Beginners can have full instruction by an experienced coach available on request. Open all year with fishing permits from 8am to dusk. The fishery has junior and ladies days, with regular competitions. Well-maintained gravel walkways that allow easy access for Disabled or Wheelchair users.
The well stocked tackle shop is open for all your essential items.
You can enjoy comfortable facilities and great home-cooking in their fishing lodge or join them at a summer barbecue.
Built in 1844, Harelaw is a large shallow reservoir, extending to 102 acres and includes over 3 miles of superb wading banks, 4 dam walls and three islands. An averaging depth of 5-9 feet ensures that fish can be found virtually anywhere on the fishery, with a maximum 13ft of water. Harelaw’s moorland setting is also home to a variety of birds and wildlife.
Harelaw offers the boat or bank anglers some of the best top of the water fishing anywhere in Scotland.
There are three islands and many shallow bays and peninsulas offering quality drifts and wading from both boat and bank. Harelaw is almost 600ft above sea level and fishing is best with a South Westerly wind with slightly overcast skies or into sunset.
The Kypeside fishery, in the 30 acre Kype Resevoir, boasts three Lochs, one fly & Bait fishing and two Fly only. The Resevoir was constructed in 1898 and is the home to a natural stock of Brown Trout.
Kype Angling club was formed in 1986 and day tickets are available to non members. The resevoir is stocked four times a year with Rainbow trout, Blue trout and tiger trout.
The Fishery also has excellent disabled access and friendly lodge with tea, coffee, soft drinks and limited snacks available.
Pinewood Fishery can be found just off the B788, within easy reach of Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock, Dumbarton etc. Approximately 10 minutes from Glasgow Airport and 15 minutes from Erskine Bridge.
Stocked regularly with hard Fighting Rainbow,Blue,Tiger and Brown Trout from 2lbs up to doubles.
Pinewood fishery is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction -help and advise always available.
With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy fishing with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us
We are a family friendly catch and take fishery for both bait and fly fishing on the same water, clients can alternate between both. Catch and release option fly only is available with barbless hooks. Fishing is restricted to bank only. Live bait available maggot, grubs and worm. Hot drinks and snacks available. Bait rods are available for hire at £5.00 per session, onsite parking and disabled toilet facilities.
The 12 acre fishery uses the old Woodburn Reservoir situated in the Campsie Hills with excellent quality trout fishing and magnificent views across Central Scotland. We are easily accessible, just a 5-minute drive from Kirkintilloch and easy reach from Glasgow and Stirling.
The fishery offers top quality trout fishing and only restock with local grade ‘A’ trout from 2lbs up to over 20lbs.
The rich clear water from the Campsie Hills fills the fishery with the richest of feeding water which the trout thrive in. They are top quality, hard fighting, fully finned trout.
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