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    Smile Inverness/nairn

    Looking for someone to fish stillwaters/locus with for like or trout I don't drive but will pay fuel

    I live in nairn

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    Default Re: Inverness/nairn

    I don't think there is anyone from Nairn or even close on the forum.

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    I occasionally fish there when we stay with a friend on the Black Isle.
    Suggest you go to the fishing shop in Inverness, (Grahams) they will advise you on river fishing.

    Stillwater you have Dunlichity (8 ? miles form Inverness) and Achagour (near Nairn) but both will need a car or get a taxi.
    Dunlichity is small but quite challenging, Archagour has 3 small lakes.

    Hope that helps.

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    Default Re: Inverness/nairn

    I used to fish Lochindorb which is about 13 miles south of Nairn. It was free and good fishing for wild trout then, and I have read elsewhere that is still the case. Although it would be an easier ride home than getting there, it might be bikeable.

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    Default Re: Inverness/nairn

    lochindorb has turned into a dumping ground from some of the visiting pike anglers who have camped overnight and left litter and line etc all over the place.Certainly not what it was 3 years ago where few visited and had good trout fishing.Its now pike daft there.Again its the few spoiling it for the majority.If you don't have a car it is a long way to walk to and the weather can come in very fast there.

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    Default Re: Inverness/nairn

    Quote Originally Posted by morayflyfisher View Post
    lochindorb has turned into a dumping ground from some of the visiting pike anglers who have camped overnight and left litter and line etc all over the place.Certainly not what it was 3 years ago where few visited and had good trout fishing.Its now pike daft there.Again its the few spoiling it for the majority.If you don't have a car it is a long way to walk to and the weather can come in very fast there.
    Sorry to hear that. I had some good times there. Best not to look back I suppose.

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    Default Re: Inverness/nairn

    Quote Originally Posted by morayflyfisher View Post
    lochindorb has turned into a dumping ground from some of the visiting pike anglers who have camped overnight and left litter and line etc all over the place.Certainly not what it was 3 years ago where few visited and had good trout fishing.Its now pike daft there.Again its the few spoiling it for the majority.
    Seems it's not just the trout that are being affected ...... Rare bird rescued after swallowing hook at Lochindorb - BBC News
    Scott

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