Welcome to Broom Fisheries, home to Scotland’s leading coarse fishing lakes and waters, nestled away in a quiet, picturesque corner of South West Scotland.
You’ll find us at Newbie, two miles from the nearby market town of Annan in beautiful Dumfries & Galloway, and less than 25 miles from Carlisle.
Fishing at Broom
Coarse fishing is a growing sporting activity in Scotland, and we have 9 fully stocked lakes here at Broom Fisheries, including a purpose built canal, that make us famous for the quality and variety of course fishing that we offer, attracting keen anglers for leisure and competition fishing alike.
We are hoping that by providing a range of excellent facilities to visitors and tourists, Broom Fisheries will continue to build on the hard work of Scotland’s coarse fishing community and increase interest in coarse angling across Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Situated within easy access of the M6 and M74, Broom Fisheries’ peaceful and natural environment attracts regular anglers from all over the country.
Fishing Tackle Shop
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a complete novice, we’ve got something for everyone at The Tackle Box, our fully stocked, on-site tackle shop. From new fishing rods to bait, our experienced staff are always on hand to give professional advice and guidance.
Broom Caravan and Campsite
- 5 electrical hook-ups
- hard standing
- private shower and toilet facilities
Dogs are welcome on the campsite, which is situated within a fantastic 200-acre private estate. We also have beach access and plenty of opportunities for bird watching in a peaceful environment.
For those interested specifically in coarse fishing, the caravan and campsite is situated just 100 metres from the bank side.
Don’t forget to look at our New Holiday Homes at Broom Fisheries
Wildlife Photography Hides Available
Interested in a face to face encounter with a Fox, Deer or a Badger? Our wildlife photography hides are perfect to get up close and personal with the surrounding wildlife.
Meet BINGO our resident fox.
(Will you be lucky enough to catch a sighting?)
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