Are you looking for a pike up to 40 pounds? Any of these Aberdeen-proven pike fishing locations will do the trick.
1. River Dee Aberdeen
The River Dee is a recreational place of pike fishing crossing the bridges to get to either side of the river. Other than that, it’s a place to catch those beautiful moments whatever the time of day and in different seasons.
The pike fishing is magnificent with a lot of different animal groups accessible to look for. There’s additionally a lot of natural life to see along the banks from various birds and ducks in the event that you are fortunate enough you may likewise recognize the mink that occupy the banks. If it’s not too much trouble, watch out for little youngsters as the banks in placers can be steep.
2. River Don, Aberdeenshire
The Don ascends in the peat level underneath Druim na Feithe, and in the shadow of Glen Avon, prior to streaming discreetly past the ice-age moraine and down to Cock Bridge, beneath the pleasant site of the as of late wrecked Delnadamph Lodge. A few streams, the Dhiver, Feith Bhait, Meoir Veannaich, Cock Burn and the Allt nan Aighean converge to frame the undeveloped Don. Water from the north of Brown Cow Hill channels into the Don, while water from the west side runs into the River Spey and that from the south side into the Dee. The Don follows a roundabout course eastwards past Corgarff Castle, through Strathdon and the Howe of Alford prior to entering the North Sea only north of Old Aberdeen.
3. Rubislaw Quarry
Rubislaw Quarry is a quarry situated at the Hill of Rubislaw in the west end of the Scottish city of Aberdeen. At 142m deep with a diameter of 120m, Rubislaw Quarry is one of the biggest man-made holes in continental Europe. Since its closure in 1971, it has filled with water.
4. Inchgarth Reservoir
Inchgarth Reservoir is a 1.1 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland that features a lake with lots of Pikes.
Inchgarth Reservoir is situated on the north bank of the River Dee, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) southeast of Cults and 3 miles (5 km) southwest of the centre of Aberdeen. Built-in the 1980s, it is held within earth embankments. Operated by Scottish Water to supply drinking water, the reservoir is also used for sailing, while a nature reserve occupies the adjacent wetland.
5. Loirston Loch
Loirston Loch is a 2.6 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland that features a lake with lots of Pike.
Has been fishing well recently and no signs of the weed that has plagued anglers for the past couple of years. Fished it on Thursday with not a trace of weed on my sink tip line. Virtually anything will catch fish from buzzers, nymphs to lures. You have to find the right spot but fish do move around the loch constantly – you can go for ages with nothing and then see fish moving into the area you are fishing. You have about 10 – 15 minutes before they can disappear until they come back around again in maybe 15 – 20 minutes later. There are some hot spots but that would be giving the secret away and you really have to fish it to learn the pike hot spots.