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    hi there can anyone advise me of local venues close to dundee as im going to be visiting next week(work), and am going to be having some free time and would like to cast a line if possible.
    any help would be much appreciated

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    Monikie ...3 ressies, kingennie various ponds. piper dam ,ledyatt, rescobie, carlogie. all apart from monikie have bank fishing. jim

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    I would just grab my tackle and RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Monikie on the Island Pond is very good.
    A Bad Days Fishing Is Better Than A Good Day At Work

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    Newton Farm.
    Tight Lines.
    Brian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cramppy View Post
    hi there can anyone advise me of local venues close to dundee as im going to be visiting next week(work), and am going to be having some free time and would like to cast a line if possible.
    any help would be much appreciated
    Best in the area is ledyatt on the Coupar Angus road about 10 mins from the city centre. You also have Ledcreiff which is a lovely spot but can be hard going. Carlogie is attrition fishin shoulder to shoulder round a puddle but the catch rate is high. Rivers Isla and Dean are close by and if you want to travel a bit boat fishing at Butterstone loch is pretty good but pricey. You also got the tay over that way.

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    If it were me id be fishing Rescobie
    Seek and ye shall find

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    many thanks for your input on venues around the dundee area, i will look at them in turn and let you know how i get on cheers and tight lines paul

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    Although I am not a local to the area, I have fished Ledyatt whist on holiday in Dundee. This is a really nice water and the fish are top quality- I caught a fish of approx 15lb (only fished there about 3 times). If you like fishing buzzers in gin clear water and lovely surroundings this is the place for you.

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    For me it would have to be Rescobie , for great fishing and the friendliest welcome and help available. 100% recommended

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