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  1. Angling Bandon River

    Bandon, Cork

    The River Bandon rises in the Shehy Mountains in West Cork and flows through Dunmanway, Enniskeane, Bandon and Inishannon, to Kinsale Harbour. This is primarily a salmon and sea trout river, but there are also brown trout in the lower reaches. Read more

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  2. The Blackwater System

    Fermoy, Cork

    The River Blackwater, the longest river in the Cork Kerry Region rises about 6 km from Ballydesmond on the slopes of Knockanefune Mountain. It is a great game and coarse angling river, and some of its tributaries provide good fishing for brown trout. Read more

  3. Sea Fishing Barry Twomey

    Crosshaven, Cork

    Barry Twomey, partner of Whispering Pines in Crosshaven, County Cork, offers a range of angling packages to suit all needs. They fish at depths between 20m and 60m on wreck and reef. Read more

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  4. Neaskin Lough

    Dunmanway, Cork

    Neaskin Lough is one of five small lakes in West Cork, the others being Chapel Lake, Ballynacarriga Lough, Curraghalickey Lake and Lough Atarriff which hold a mixture of brown trout with some also containing rudd, tench and pike. Read more

  5. Angling Middle Lee

    Macroom, Cork

    The River Middle Lee is the section of the river above the Old Gearagh Forest at the upper end of Carrigadrohid Reservoir in County Cork. It holds small numbers of brown trout and gets a run of large reservoir trout. Read more

  6. Baitwell Fishing Bait

    Cork City, Cork

    Baitwell Fresh Fishing Bait Shop is conveniently located in Cork City. They offer a full range fishing and tackle equipment and advice. Read more

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  7. Inniscarra Lake Coarse Angling

    Inniscarra, Cork

    Inniscarra Lake in County Cork is the centre for coarse angling where it is not unusual to catch over 100lbs of bream in a day. Read more

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  8. Foherish River

    Macroom, Cork

    The Foherish River is a tributary of the Sullane and holds small brown trout. It can be found flowing into the Laney River near the village of Macroom in County Cork. Read more

  9. Lower Lough Avaul

    Glengarriff, Cork

    Lower Lough Avaul is two miles south west of Glengarriff, County Cork. The lough holds a stock of wild brown trout and is regularly stocked with large rainbow trout by the fisheries board. Read more

  10. Cork Harbour Boats

    Passage West, Cork

    Cork Harbour Boats operates from the historic town of Cobh, County Cork, which commands panoramic views of the beautiful Cork Harbour. Read more

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