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  1. Moy Fishery

    Ballina, Mayo

    The Moy Fishery controls both banks downstream of the weir in Ballina, County Mayo and a short stretch above the weir. It is one of Ireland’s most productive salmon fisheries where catches of over 5,000 salmon have been recorded in a season. Read more

  2. River Deele

    Lifford, Donegal

    The River Deele flows into the main river Foyle one mile below the Lifford Bridge. It is traditionally known as an excellent sea trout river from June onwards. Read more

  3. Lough Beagh

    Churchill, Donegal

    Lough Beagh is located in the heart of Glenveagh National Park in the northwest of County Donegal. It holds a good stock of small brown trout, occasional salmon and can hold a moderate stock of sea trout in August. Read more

  4. Kerry Blackwater Fishery

    Blackwater Bridge, Kerry

    The Blackwater River and Lake System drains a catchment of 34 square miles and is 10 miles long from source to sea. It gets a run of 1500 salmon and grilse approximately every year. Read more

  5. Lough Owel

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    Lough Owel is located beside the N4, 4km North West of Mullingar, County Westmeath. The lake has a large resident stock of wild brown trout with an average size of 2 lb. The wild fish in the lake are supplemented by a yearly stocking programme. Read more

  6. Ballyshunnock Reservoir

    Portlaw, Waterford

    Ballyshunnock Reservoir is just off the National Route N25 about half way between Waterford and Dungarvan. The reservoir provides good fishing for trout. Read more

  7. Nenagh River brown trout

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    The Nenagh River rises in the hills on the eastern slopes of the Silvermines Mountains and flows into Lough Derg at Dromineer. Its most important angling tributary is the Ollatrim River. Read more

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  8. Lough Conn

    Ballina, Mayo

    Lough Conn is located in Ballina, County Mayo and is a game angling lake. It has large stocks of fighting brown trout which attract the angler. Read more

  9. Little Brosna and Camcor Rivers Brown Trout and Salmon

    Birr, Offaly

    The Little Brosna and its tributaries the Camcor and the Bunow Rivers rise in the districts around Roscrea in County Tipperary. The Little Brosna flows in a north westerly direction past the town of Birr and joins the River Shannon at Meelick. Read more

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  10. Stocked Lakes (Game)

    Macroom, Cork

    The South-Western Regional Fishery board has done excellent work in preparing and stocking small trout lakes in County Cork and County Kerry, and these can provide excellent fishing. Read more

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