The Garnock is a smaller river, rising to the east of Largs. At only 15 miles long, it is the smallest of Ayrshire’s salmon rivers. The Garnock’s source is in the Muirshiel Hills above Kilbirnie. From here it flows for 39km before entering the sea, via a shared estuary with the River Irvine. Although it has a catchment area of 238km2, similar to the River Girvan, the Garnock itself is a relatively small river as its largest tributary, the Lugton Water, meets the Garnock below the tidal limit.
The Garnock depends on water, however dependable sport may be had in summer and autumn with grilse and salmon.
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