Loch of Aboyne

Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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Loch of Aboyne is a shallow, artificial formed loch near Aboyne, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It has a surface of 12.2 ha (30 acres) and a maximum depth of 3.4 m (11 feet). It was nominated a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1984, because of its aquatic flora and fauna. The loch is open all year for local and visiting course anglers. It is allowed bait, spinning and fly fishing. The main species are bream, carp, pike, roach, perch and tench. The loch of Aboyne is a great alternative is the River Dee becomes unfishable.

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Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Latitude: 57.087409, Longitude: -2.767277

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