Avonbank Fishery CIC
We will open for season 2021 on sat 27th February onwards. At present, COVID TRAVEL GUIDELINES are in force (proof may be required for Track & Trace). Bookings may be made via the cabin on 01324 714190, or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org , or via Millhall Reservoir Facebook page.
Season ticket holders may purchase and collect their tickets upon their first visit to the fishery. Above all, enjoy your visit and STAY SAFE.
All anglers are required to keep within the Covid19 guidelines on social distancing and those issued by fishery staff.
Staff have been provided with appropriate PPE, hand sanitiser available on request, toilets and boats disinfected after use.
The fishing lodge will remain CLOSED to visitors, so we are unable to provide tea/coffee or hot meals at present.
If you have any questions or concerns visiting the fishery, please contact the lodge on 01324 714190 or via the Millhall Fishery facebook messenger page.
The Reservoir is set in the heart of Central Scotland, and situated close to the village of Polmont. It consists of eight acres of superbly stocked water, which is surrounded by natural woodland and shares a boundary with the picturesque Grangemouth Golf Club.
The Reservoir is easily accessed by foot and vehicular transport and offers a full range for the discerning angler. There is ample parking space for all anglers, with disabled parking spaces close to the jetty.
The Reservoir is the owned by Avonbank Fishery CIC and is administered by the serving company officers.
The fishery is flyfishing only and caters for both bank and boat fishing.
The water is stocked primarily with fully finned hard fighting Rainbow Trout, with a sprinkling of Brown Trout to enhance the resident Brown Trout population. Some of these Brown Trout are now reaching double figures. Last year, as in previous years, hard-fighting Blue Trout were also included in the stocking programme.
The average Rainbow being caught at Millhall exceeds 2lbs in weight and double figure trout are regularly caught at the fishery.