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  1. Inches House & Boat Angling Centre

    Castletownbere, Cork

    Inches House and Boat Angling Centre welcomes beginners, young, retired and experienced people, to fish in Castletownbere, County Cork. Read more

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  2. 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

  3. Iain O'Driscoll

    Schull, Cork

    Iain O'Driscoll's sea angling charter boat, Blue Thunder, based in Schull, County Cork, offers reef, wreck, shark and general inshore fishing. Also offers night charters. Read more

  4. Upper Lough Avaul

    Glengarriff, Cork

    Upper Lough Avaul is half a mile beyond Lower Lough Avaul, two miles south-west of Glengarriff, County Cork. The lake holds small brown trout and is stocked regularly with big rainbow trout. Read more

  5. River Lee System

    Macroom, Cork

    The River Lee rises in Gougane Barra, County Cork and flows east into Cork Harbour. The bulk of the salmon fishing takes place in the nine-mile stretch of river downstream of Inishcarra Dam. Read more

  6. 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

  7. Owennageragh River

    Blarney, Cork

    The Owennageragh River joins the Shournagh west of Blarney in County Cork. It holds a good stock of brown trout, and the fishing is regarded as free. Read more

  8. Cork City Lough

    Cork City, Cork

    Cork City Lough is a 4 hectare lake located in the centre of the city and is a unique coarse angling area. It is primarily a carp fishery, however it also holds eel and small quantities of tench, perch and rudd. Read more

  9. 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

  10. The Lee System

    Ballincollig, Cork

    Ballincollig is the largest town in Cork County and is located 10 Km west of Cork City on the N.22 route to Macroom. The River Lee is the main river in this area, but does not hold coarse fish stocks at this point. Read more

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