Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, DG1 3LH
Telephone: 01387 711303
|Coarse Fishing & Fly Fishing
|Broom Fisheries - 17 Miles from The
Surrounded by mature woodlands and located right on the
Solway Coast, fifteen minutes from Carlisle, the Broom
Fisheries has been expanding over the years to provide
anglers with exceptional coarse fishing. With two fly only
waters for game anglers and five waters dedicated to coarse
and match fishing, together with a fully stocked tackle
shop, refreshment area, toilets and ample parking adjacent
to the waters Broom Fisheries is an ideal location for all
kinds of angler.
Broom Fisheries was established in 1995, this family run
business continues to ensure that this popular Scottish
fishery is at the cutting edge of the sport.
With more than 100 pegs on a wide choice of coarse waters,
including the purpose built canal, the Broom Fisheries
coarse angling facility has become one of the most popular
fishing locations in Britain.
The Broom Fishery complex has received many accolades over
the years, including TV coverage and placement amongst the
top ten UK fisheries - and not without reason. Here you can
fish dedicated fly fishing lochs, well stocked with rainbow,
golden, brown, blue, and tiger trout, weighing from 2 lbs to
over 20 lbs.
Fishery Manager: John Wright
Address: Broom Fisheries, Broom Farm Estate, Newbie,
Annan, DG12 5PF
Phone: 01461 700209 - Mobile: 07850 157 668
Tackle Shop Website:
Lochmaben - 6 Miles from The
The Mill Loch is the deepest of the three main lochs
reaching a depth of over 70 metres. As its name suggests it
supplied a mill downstream where the old gasworks were sited
on a lane named Mill Road.
Fishing and camping is free on Mill Loch.
The Kirk Loch is situated behind the old cemetery. No bivy's
allowed around Kirk Loch banks during the Summer months.
Fishing is free on Kirk Loch. Camping is free during the
winter months and is allowed around Kirk Loch banks, but no
facilities are available.
Castle Loch is the largest of the three lochs and also the
most shallow but holds four Scottish records.
Carp - Weight - 29lb 2 ½ oz
Bream - Weight - 14lb 0oz
Tench - Weight - 10lb 0oz
Eel - Weight - 6lb 2oz
Fishing Permits for Castle Loch are from midnight to
midnight and cost £6 = 2 rods £9 = 3 rods
Permits are available from Lochmaben Post Office in the Main
Street or online -
Lochmaben tackle shop -
Lochthorn, Locharbriggs - 2 Miles from The Granary
Lochthorn is a small loch 2 miles from the Granary in Locharbriggs. The Loch contains Pike, Perch, Roach and Bream. Its free to fish and Bivvying is permitted. During the summer there is quite alot of Lilly pads, but during the winter it is clear.
|Jericho Loch - 1 Mile from
Jericho Loch is a man made loch, made from a quarry pit and
is stocked regularly by the fishing club with good sized
rainbow, blue and brown trout.
Day tickets are available at £17 per day with a 4 fish