River Dochart

river dochart

LOCATION

GET DIRECTIONS
Accessible throughout its length from the A85 Aberfeldy / Crianlarich road

NOTES

Small section of river. The falls of Dochart at Killin are a popular attraction.

FISH

Salmon, sea trout, brown trout

PERMITS

Fishing permits are available in store from James Bayne in Callander. Trout & char fishing permit from the 15 th of march to the 6th of october

PERMIT COSTS

TICKET DURATION JNR: 12-18 (OAP) ADULT
Daily £4.00 £8.00
Weekend £10.00 £20.00
Weekly £20.00 £40.00

Under 11 Free but a permit requires to be issued

PERMITS ARE ISSUED TO NAMED INDIVIDUALS, IF PART OF A PARTY, THEN EACH MEMBER REQUIRES A PERMIT. IT IS ILLEGAL TO FISH WITHOUT OBTAINING WRITTEN PERMISSION IE A PERMIT

The area covered by this permitis marked on the map on the reverse side of the ticket, and broadly described as follows:

The surface of loch Tay and the shoreline, from lawers burn on the north shore, and the manse burn on the south shore,
to the west end of the loch. The river Lochay from the junction of the dochart, up stream to the head waters. The river dochart from the junction up stream to the alteally burn. Lochan-na-larig is also included.

There are sections of the shore line and parts of the river bank which are excluded to anglers and marked on the map.
These areas are showen by a single line line on the map and are clearly defined by by fence or walls and notices.

METHODS ALLOWED

One rod only which must be hand held. The river lochay, all hill Lochs and dams and the surface of loch Tay by boat is fly only. The river Dochart and the shore line of loch Tay is all legal methods.

PROHIBITED

Deliberate trolling, the use of live bait, diving minow, over night camping with out permission, fires and BBQ’s and the leaving of litter. Park with care and do not damage any trees etcand use recognised routes to the water side.

It is an offense to fish without a permit,a permit must be produced when requested by a warden or baliff,
failure to do so will result in a report being made under the criminal procedures within the 2008 act.

Angling Centre Callander

www.jamesbayne.co.uk