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Lochs


    • New Galloway
      Black Loch lies in the Forest Park a short distance from the Queensway linking New Galloway and...
    • Newton Stewart
      Bruntis Loch is situated approx 4 miles south east of Newton Stewart.The Bruntis is made up of two...
    • New Galloway
      Clatteringshaws Loch lies at the eastern fringes of the Galloway Forest Park. Created as part of...
    • Newton Stewart
      Garwachie Loch is situated 4 miles from Newton Stewart on the B7027 to Barhill (past Spectacle...
    • Newton Stewart
      Lillies Loch lies in the Forest Park a short distance from the Queensway linking New Galloway and...
    • Carsphairn
      Loch Braden is very much a fishing loch and was re-stocked with fish in 1973 in one of the Forestry...
    • Loch Dee is situated about ten miles west of New Galloway on the A712 towards Newton Stewart. After...
    • Newton Stewart
      There are pike, perch and roach in Loch Eldrig. The far bank from the car park is private fishing....
    • Glentrool
      Loch Trool is renowned as having some of the finest scenery in southern Scotland. Lying in the...
    • Newton Stewart
      Loch of the Lowes lies in the Forest Park a short distance from the Queensway linking New Galloway...
    • Newton Stewart
      Two small but picturesque waters set in the Galloway Forest Park just outside Newton Stewart. Quite...
    • Mossdale
      This is a popular coarse fishing Loch, which is a widening of the Black Water of Dee, a river...