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  1. Finnihy River

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Finnihy River flows into Kenmare Bay in county Kerry. It is a small river that produces a few grilse every season. Read more

  2. Richard and Kevin O' Leary - CC Angling

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Richard and Kevin O' Leary of CC Angling operate a charter angling boat from Valentia Island County Kerry. Read more

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  3. Sheen River Angling

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Sheen River flows into the head of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry. It is primarily a salmon fishery; the sea trout run being less prolific. It holds spring salmon from March and the grilse arrive in June. Read more

  4. Skellig Tours

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    John O'Shea of Skellig Tours has the local islands in his blood. He departs daily for the Skelligs from Derrynane Harbour near Catherdaniel, County Kerry. Read more

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  5. Eureka Lodge

    Waterville, Kerry

    Eureka Lodge is located in Waterville, County Kerry and provides excellent fishing facilities, equipment hire, boats with engines and a professional advice and guidance. They also offer fishing lessons and can tailor make packages to suit all. Read more

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  6. Waterville River

    Waterville, Kerry

    The Waterville River drains Lough Currane and the entire Waterville system to the sea. It produces spring salmon and grilse. This is a private fishery on which rods are let occasionally. Read more

  7. River Inny (Game)

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The River Inny rises approximately 18 Km north-west of the Inny Bridge on the main road between Waterville and Cahersiveen, County Kerry. Read more

  8. Lough Leane

    Killarney, Kerry

    Lough Leane is part of the River Laune catchment in Killarney, County Kerry. It is noted for its brown trout and salmon fishing. Read more

  9. The Caragh River

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Caragh River is a well-known angling river that rises near the Boheeshil area south-west of Killorglin, County Kerry. The river joins Caragh Lake just before it enters the sea and is primarily a salmon spate river of good quality. Read more

  10. Killarney District

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Killarney Fisheries consists of the old fishery board districts of Kenmare, Waterville and Killarney. It includes part of County Kerry and all the rivers flowing into the sea between Crow Head and Dunmore Head, including the Blasket Islands. Read more

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