High on the list of reasons why people come to Beecraigs Country Park in the Bathgate Hills of West Lothian, Scotland is for the fishing. On the east side of the park is the well established 20 acre Beecraigs Loch which is stocked daily with hand graded Rainbow Trout plus the occasional Brown Trout.
Anglers fish from one of the eight boats accessed from the floating pier and maintained by the park. Other facilities include a fishing lodge and a tackle shop.
Beecraigs Loch was formed by the dam built at its west end by German prisoners during the first world war.
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