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Carrigallen is a small village in County Leitrim set among lakes that form part of the Erne System. It is an ideal position to explore some of the richest waters of the region that spread out across three counties yet within a 3-mile radius.
This very well developed coarse angling centre has hosted numerous All-Ireland Championships. Ballinamore is situated on the Shannon Erne Waterway amongst the hills of East Leitrim with 28 lakes within a 5 mile radius, plus some 17km of riverbank.
The village of Keshcarrigan, County Cork is surrounded by lakes with good fishing all year round.
The River Drowes rises from Lough Melvin flowing west for five miles until it enters the sea above Tullaghan in County Leitrim. It is a good spring and summer salmon river. Sea trout only run in small numbers but it holds good stocks of brown trout.
Carrigallen is a small village located in County Leitrim. There are 38 lakes within 6 miles of the village, each with a healthy stock of coarse fish.
Upper Lough MacNean is located in Glenfarne, County Leitrim and is an excellent coarse fishing lake. The lake contains Bream, Roach, Hybrids, Pike, Perch and Eels. A small stock of brown trout is also present.
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