To the south of Forres lies the stunning Lochindorb. Lochindorb is one of
the most picturesque lochs in the Findhorn area.
The island in the middle of the loch one can see the remains of the castle
of Alexander Stewart, the Wolf of Badenoch, who was the fourth son of King
Robert II and was granted the Lordship of Badenoch, and with it the
castle, in 1371. He went on a rampage and burnt the town of Forres. A few
weeks later, he did the same to Elgin, destroying the town's beautiful
cathedral and mansions belonging to the canons and chaplains.
The remains of the Wolf of Badenoch's lair
The wild brown trout of Lochindorb may not grow to any great size but
there are lots of them and they take freely.
Fed by burns from the surrounding moors, Lochindorb is peaty and some what
These feeder burns mean there is plenty of space for the wild trout to
breed and the resulting numbers in the loch make it the ideal place for
those starting to fish, particularly children, as it is a rare day when
nothing is caught and it is not unusual for 5 to 10 fish to be caught by
For enquiries and bookings Tel: 01309 651270
The fishery is owned by Logie Estates