Keen fishermen may wish to take their fishing rods
to Loch Farr in Scotland, which is a wonderful place to catch brown trout.
Ray Collier, writing in the Guardian, said that there is always a great feeling of anticipation when visiting Loch Farr and that he enjoys every single part of it, from arriving at the boathouse to loading fishing tackle
and heading out onto the water.
Another feature of the area is the plant life which lives in and around the loch.
He stated that in the summer months the plant life is abundant making it difficult to find an open space to do some fishing.
The woodlands surrounding the water also create a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, which could be perfect for those looking to take their fishing rods
away and enjoy a few hours of peace and quiet.
Fishing enthusiasts may find they catch more than they bargain for on future trips, as angler Derek Plum recently caught a piranha in Radnor Park in Folkestone, thousands of miles away from its natural home in the Amazon.
Posted by Dan Mirza