Bangour Trout Fishery

Bangour Trout Fishery Address

Bangour Reservoir
Dechmont,
Broxburn
EH52 6GU
01506811316

Bangour Trout Fishery Bio

Bangour Trout Fishery is situated in the south-east part of Bathgate Hills, just 17 miles west of Edinburgh in West Lothian near the small village of Dechmont, surrounded by picturesque woodland.

Originally built in 1902 as a water supply for Bangour village hospital (Edinburgh War Hospital), it was stocked with brown trout to keep the water pure and the senior staff were allowed to fish here.

The loch is 720 feet above sea level and holds 16 million gallons of fresh water which spills off into the Brox burn river when rain enters the loch from an 870 acre catchment area running from the 5,500 year old neolithic ritual site at Cairnpapple hill just a few miles to the west.

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