Eden Springs Fishery


Eden Springs Country Park, Letham Toll, Cupar KY15 7RF, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Eden Springs Fishery, situated in the heart of Eden Springs Country Park in North East Fife, consists of three separate Lochs: Edensmuir Loch, Bull Stone Loch, and Little Eden. All our Lochs are Fly Fishing only, which attracts all aspects of fly angling, from children and family days out, angling hobbyists to top-level competitive sport. We pride ourselves with our unbeatable fish quality, stocked from the best trout restocking suppliers in Scotland, well known for their hard fighting attributes. Please note that permit must be purchased before fishing, and no access to Eden Springs is allowed before the arrival of the ranger.

What size do the fish go to?

Our Lochs are stocked with triploid Rainbow, Brown, Blue, and Tiger trout ranging from 2lb to in excess of 18lb. Our Lochs hold an abundance of natural brown trout and specimen perch, with the largest perch weighing in at 4.1lb in 2021. Any fish taken must be weighed and all fish with a weight exceeding 8 lb must be returned. This rule applies to all permits.

What tactics work well?

Keeping fish in water whilst catch and release is a recommended practice. Using only barbless hooks or debarbed hooks is a strict rule as barbed hooks are strictly banned. It’s essential not to disturb wildlife; if any wildlife becomes hurt or injured, hooked or entangled with the line, or if line becomes snagged on trees or bushes or on any underwater snag, please advise the ranger as soon as possible so that this can be immediately removed.

What facilities are on site?

On-site facilities include boats for fishing in Edensmuir Loch with a maximum of 3 persons permitted per boat. No persons under 16 years of age are allowed in boats unless accompanied by an adult. Boat seats must be strapped and secure. Life aids are recommended and all children under 16 must wear one. Before use, please disinfect the engine in the tank provided.

Is parking available?

The information provided does not specify parking details. We recommend contacting the fishery directly for this information.

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