Mountainview Fishing Club
Membership of the Mountainview Fishing Club provides access to 1,500 acres of freshwater in Loch Loyne, renowned for ferox trout and pike. Fish from the bank, or why not take out your boat and troll for these monsters of the deep with spoons and Rapalas – you could be rewarded with trout up to 18lb. The pike fisherman is also well catered for. You’ll find an abundance of hard fighting, well fed specimens in Loch Loyne with fish to 25lb. These fish will take dead baits, spinners and lures, either from the bank or boat.
Located on the southern banks of the loch, the club has a free car park for easy access for all to get to the water safely. Club members may fish the entire loch 24/7. The area is famed for its wide range of fishing opportunities. If the pursuit of the big fish in Loch Loyne is not for you, why not try the small mountain lochans, where a light rod will suffice to catch sparkling wild brown trout up to two pounds on small traditional flies. The season for brown trout is March 15 to October 6.
We ask members to remove pike they catch and release all other species. Pike are not native to Scottish waters and feed voraciously on other native species.
Membership and your club card ID is valid for five years.
To fish in Scotland you do not require a rod licence from the government or environment agencies. The costs and rights to fish in Loch Loyne are controlled by landowners adjacent to the water.
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It’s a gift for life!– This is something that yourself or the recipient can treasure forever and can be passed down to future generations.
It’s eco-friendly – We use the profits from our sales to create nature reserves in the Scottish highlands and fund conservation projects on the land. Over the years we have planted thousands of trees, created bug hotels, bat boxes, beehives, a 3-acre lochan and a forever home for injured hedgehogs, among other projects.
It’s socially conscious – We know how important it is to educate people, and children in particuar, on what they can do to take care of the environment and that is why we run “days out” at the reserve to work on ongoing environmental projects as well going in to local schools.
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