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Loch Katrine is a freshwater loch in the district of Stirling, Scotland. It is roughly 13 kilometres long by 1 kilometre wide.
Loch Katrine is the primary water reservoir for much of the city of Glasgow and its surrounding areas.
The lake of Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake is Loch Katrine.
Oil-fired vessels are not permitted to sail its waters due to the danger of pollution to the drinking water of Glasgow. Instead a wood-burning, steam-powered boat named the SS Sir Walter Scott offers local tourist transport. Robert Roy MacGregor as born as the head of the loch.
Fly and boat fishing for trout is permitted on the loch from spring to autumn.
Loch Katrine is also the name of a lake in North Canterbury, New Zealand.

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