Hogganfield Loch


Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

The Hogganfield Loch is a big, shallow pond in Hogganfield Park, which is a public park managed by the Glasgow City Council located a few miles north of Glasgow on Cumbernauld Road.  The park encompasses a total area of 119 acres and 48 hectares, and In addition to the fishing loch, it is an excellent location for bird viewing or simply going for a walk. With a paved route running all the way around the loch’s perimeter, getting there is a breeze.

The loch is home to a large number of different species of water birds, some of which are rather uncommon. A Green Flag was bestowed for the park in the year 2013. The Green Flag Award is the gold standard for evaluating the overall quality of parks and other green areas in the United Kingdom.

Large Carp, as well as Pike, Perch, Roach, and Bream, are the most common species in the Loch. A fishing permit is not necessary to fish in the loch.

What size do the fish go to?

A number in the 30s has been thrown about for some time. In the past, angler’s mail has experienced a few fishing the upper 20s.

What tactics work well?

The fishery does not have any regulations on the fishing tactics here, so anything goes

What facilities are on site?


Disabled access

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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