Goldenloch Fishing


Berryhill Farm, Newburgh, Cupar, Fife KY14 6HZ, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Golden Loch Fishery is a small stillwater loch located in the rural undulating terrain of North Fife. The loch has a long history of being used for fly fishing. It has perfect seclusion thanks to its location in a small valley, giving it tranquility, unrivaled quiet, and a sense of privacy.

Most of the fish caught are Rainbow trout, and there is a healthy population of brown trout. Additionally, blue trout are in the water, although they are more difficult to capture. The Goldenloch is a recreational fishery and a place to unwind, rest, and watch wildlife such as otters, squirrels, osprey, ducks, and swans.

You are free to fish from a boat or the bank, and you may use a canoe or float tube if you like. It is children and dog friendly, although anyone under the age of 16 must wear goggles and a life jacket kept on site for everyone to use. Expert instructors are on hand, as is all equipment required. Golden Loch can customize programs to meet your needs.

What size do the fish go to?

Information not available

What tactics work well?

Fly fishing only

What facilities are on site?

Boat hire

Well equipped lodge, cup of tea offer, and a microwave to heat up any lunch you have brought along.


Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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