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The Owenascaul River drains into Dingle Bay in County Kerry. It holds good stocks of grilse and sea trout which can be fished from June.
The town of Cahir is built on the River Suir. The Suir is Europe's finest dry fly river for wild brown trout. It is the second longest river in Ireland being 115 miles long. Together with its tributaries it drains a total catchment area of 1,394 square miles. It is a wide river ranging from 25 - 35 metres in its middle sections.
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John Deady and his deep sea charter boat 'Kerry Coleen' offer reef and shark angling as well as general inshore angling. Sea-life tours are also available from Fenit harbour in County Kerry.
Bayview Angling Centre operates game, coarse, and pike angling on the shore of Lough Corrib in County Mayo. They can offer advice and local knowledge as well as quality boat and equipment hire.
The River Devlin is a small river north of Balbriggan on the Dublin and Meath border. It is maintained and stocked with brown trout by the Gormanston & District Anglers.
Licence distributor for Foyle Fisheries Commission (FFC).
Angling guide & casting instructor, Lough Erne Area. Quality pike/trout fishing, equipment supplied.
The River Martin flows through Blarney in County Cork to join the River Shournagh, a tributary of the Lee. It holds stocks of brown trout that average about 4 oz.
Shepperton Lakes are located 3 miles east from Skibbereen, West Cork. They hold a good stock of wild brown trout and rainbow trout are stocked regularly to maintain a high stock density worth-while angling returns.
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