Loch of Setter

A small and shallow loch in the NE of the island of Bressay (Shetland), the Loch of Setter lies to the east of Clodisdale. It has an area of 5.7 ha (14 acres) and a maximum depth of just 0.6m (2 feet). The loch receives several streams, including the Burn of Clodisdale and Burn of Brough, while casting off the Burn of Setter, which falls into the Voe of Cullingsburgh. The loch is fished for trout.

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