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  1. Coarse Angling Keshcarrigan

    Carrick On Shannon, Leitrim

    The village of Keshcarrigan, County Cork is surrounded by lakes with good fishing all year round. Read more

  2. Robe River Mayo

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    The Robe River rises near Ballyhaunis in County Mayo and flows past Claremorris, Hollymount and Ballinrobe to enter Lough Mask. The river holds a moderate stock of wild brown trout. Read more

  3. Owenascaul River Lough Anascaul

    Annascaul, Kerry

    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. Read more

  4. Mulcair River Salmon Fishing

    Annacotty, Limerick

    The Mulcair River rises north of Tipperary Town and flows in a north westerly direction to join the Shannon at Annacotty, County Limerick. It is primarily a grilse river with a fair run of spring salmon averaging 10 lbs. Read more

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  5. Mount Falcon Fisheries

    Ballina, Mayo

    Mount Falcon Fisheries is part of the Mount Falcon Country House Hotel and Estate in Ballina, County Mayo. It is located 6 miles upstream from the Moy estuary and hence guarantees a constant supply of fresh fish throughout the season. Read more

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  6. Ouvane River

    Bantry, Cork

    The Ouvane River is located just outside Bantry in County Cork. It gets a small run of grilse and sea trout and fishes best on spate. Read more

  7. Navan and District Anglers Association

    Navan, Meath

    The Navan and District Anglers Association look after the River Boyne area which rises in County Kildare and makes its way east through Trim in County Offaly and Navan and Slane in County Meath before entering the Irish Sea in Drogheda. Read more

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  8. Angling Avonbeg River

    Avoca, Wicklow

    The Avonbeg River can be located joining the Avonmore River just outside the village of Avoca in County Wicklow. There are good stocks of small brown trout. Read more

  9. Oliver International Fishing Centre

    Belturbet, Cavan

    The International Fishing Centre, is a family run business, created in 1986. It is situated on the shore of the River Erne, only 3km from the charming village of Belturbet. The centre caters for coarse and pike angling holidays. Read more

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  10. River Shournagh

    Carrigrohane, Cork

    The River Shournagh joins the Lee at Leemount Bridge in Carrigrohane, County Cork. It holds a good stock of brown trout up to 9 inches. Much of the river is overgrown but there are clear areas where fly fishing can take place. Read more

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