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Old Miller Trout Farm


408 Doyle's Road

902-248-2080

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Overview

The Old Miller Trout Farm is nestled in a secluded valley 2 km from the famous Cabot Trail and the Hamlet of Margaret Forks on Cape Breton Island.  We offer a stocked pond of rainbow and speckled trout, some up to 5 lbs in size! Catch and keep only, no release. A barbecue is available on the property. Fishing equipment is available; no license is required. We also have a 2-bedroom guest house for visitors who may want stay and explore the area!

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