Situated in South West Scotland Castle Loch is a vast water of over 200 acres. The Loch is surrounded by a scenic nature reserve making it a lovely place to fish.
The water holds a range of different fish including: carp, tench, roach, perch, pike and bream. Although the water can be a challenge the scenery and specimens present make it worthwhile, currently Castle Loch holds Scottish records for Tench (10lbs in 2003), Carp (45lb 8oz in 2016) and Bream (14lb in 2007). As well as these record breaking fish the water has pike at 30lbs. Although the Carp can be elusive a large number are over 20lb.
The fishery is managed by the Castle Loch Lochmaben Community Trust and can be fished on a day ticket at £11 per day for 2 rods and £15 for 3 rods.