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Balmoral Estate require from us, prior to fishing, each members date of and place of birth, a security check may be made by the police and Royal Household security.
Members are not permitted to take a guest to fish Loch Muick.
ALL members to complete boat familiarisation course and to be signed off before members can book
We have an agreement with Balmoral Estate so that members can fish Loch Muick. Small brown trout are the normal catch but larger trout are present, a 2lb trout was caught by one of our members a few years ago and records show fish up to 6lb have been caught in the past. We have an echo sounder (fish finder) available for the boat and larger fish have been detected at various depths. We know salmon and sea trout are now getting to the loch via the refurbished fish ladder at the Falls of Muick. We look forward with interest to one being caught.
Remember catch and release policy applies to all parts of the Dee system. Ferox trout are also present in Loch Muick.
A downrigger is also available for the boat. ONLY USE WITH PREMISSION AND IF YOU HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED IN IT'S USE.
Automatic inflatable life jackets are stored in the boathouse and MUST be worn by members when out in the boat and returned to the pelican case.
Visitors are not allowed to fish Loch Muick.
Members can bank fish anytime, but to utilise BAA boat, initial boat induction has to be completed, minimum of 2 (two) persons required to launch and store the boat. A maximum of 4 (four) adults on the boat at anytime.
Fishing is fly only except on special occasions when fishing deep with the downrigger for ferox.
Cars must be parked in the Spittal of Muick car park.