Burntisland KY3 9YG, UK
Kinghorn Loch is situated near the small town of Kinghorn and covers approximately 28 acres. The loch contains mirror and common carp up to 30lbs+, roach, perch, and pike in double figures. The Scottish Carp Group (SCG) has exclusive access to the North bank and must fish from the provided swims. A maximum of three rods is allowed per angler. There are toilets available on the East and North shore, and The Barn on the Loch café offers food at the farm. Anglers must follow the rules for angling at Kinghorn Loch, including using monofilament reel lines (except for spod and marker rods) and wearing life jackets when using a boat.
What size do the fish go to?
Fish in Kinghorn Loch include mirror and common carp up to 30lbs+, roach, perch, and pike in double figures.
What tactics work well?
No specific tactics are mentioned, but anglers should familiarize themselves with the loch’s rules, which include using monofilament reel lines (except for spod and marker rods) and casting from the bank or platform.
What facilities are on site?
Facilities at Kinghorn Loch include toilets on the East and North shore, The Barn on the Loch café, and marked swims for fishing.
Is parking available?
No specific parking information is provided. However, the loch is located near the small town of Kinghorn, and parking may be available nearby.