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Trout Fishing in Scotland

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A big place and a big subject. The main point is that there are literally thousands of lochs spread from the south to Orkney and Shetland, most of which have trout in them, some of which have good trout in them, and almost of which can be fished by the visitor. The best policy is to choose which part of Scotland you wish to see, and then work out which lochs to fish. There is also some superb river fishing available on the Tweed, the Don, the Tay and other rivers best known for salmon.

Written by  Tom Fort.

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