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Middleton Trout Fishery, North Ayrshire
Published by TroutAtlas
14-01-2007
Default Middleton Trout Fishery, North Ayrshire

Middleton Fishery is a 5 acre loch situated in the Brisbane Glen giving scenic views of the surrounding Ayrshire hills. Large numbers of natural insects and flies make the loch superb for dry fly and nymph fishing. Hawks and Buzzards as well as deer may be seen at any time all in their natural habitat. The spring fed loch provides crystal clear water so fish can be seen feeding readily, making top of the water fishing excellent.



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By woody1888 on 14-05-2007, 12:50 PM
Smile middleton (largs)ayrshire

if anyone is looking for a good days fishing visit this water as the fish are fighting machines not too hard too catch and the facilities are magic although gary the manager is a wee bit on the doowally side fished last night and caught over a dozen fish on the blob also bloodworm catching plenty and also the cheeseburgers come highly recommended
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By LOCHMOR on 22-10-2007, 06:19 PM
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Hi guys,

Im fishing Middleton Fishery in largs with the Youth Team for a get together on Sunday and was wondering if any1 has fished it recently or fished it at all?

Any advice on lines, flies, tactics, areas etc will be most welcome.

Hoping to hear from you soon

Thanks....Martin
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By 123jc on 22-10-2007, 08:51 PM
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Never fished it, reports on their web site here, www.middletonfishery.co.uk
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By frankie-g on 22-10-2007, 09:06 PM
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If there up on the top and they probably will be black suspenders black hoppers and black cdc , superglue buzzers in black and olive & the usuall damsel nymphs and all its guises works well
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By morris on 23-10-2007, 04:39 PM
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its my local fishery i find a yellow dancer does well but if that dosnt work try the okey dokey and black buzzers.hope this helps



MORRIS
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By morvin on 23-10-2007, 06:46 PM
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looks like it is top of the water sport.
are you doing C&R i probably will?
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By Clydebuilt on 23-10-2007, 08:02 PM
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Before the fisher was taken over from big Ian, I used to do well with a Humphy sedge early a.m. or late p.m and also a big fluffy Viva stripped at speed through a wave all the way down the left hand bank as you look down from the hut produced some exciting sport.
Typically, the damsel is also a good choice and don't discount traditional wets also if the fish are being particular.

Clydebuilt
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By morvin on 28-10-2007, 06:06 PM
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how many did you get i got five.
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By LOCHMOR on 28-10-2007, 08:26 PM
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I finished with 2...missed countless fish though....was it like that with you?
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