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  1. Lough Ree

    Athlone, Roscommon

    Lough Ree “Lake of Kings” is 30 kilometres long and stretches from Lanesboro to just above Athlone, County Roscommon. It is the second largest lake on the Shannon with numerous islands, bays and inlets offering the adventurous angler wonderful sport. Read more

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  2. Castleconnell Fishery

    Ardnacrusha, Clare

    Castleconnell Salmon Fishery is located on the River Shannon near Castleconnell, County Limerick. It is approximately 11 km north of Limerick city and is one of the most prestigious salmon fisheries in Ireland. Read more

  3. Belmullet Sea Angling Club

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Belmullet, County Mayo, in the centre of the Barony of Erris and lying between the two bays of Broadhaven to the north, and Blacksod to the south, is the ideal place for a sea angling holiday. Read more

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  4. Caha Mountain Loughs

    Glengarriff, Cork

    The Caha Mountain Loughs are on the Caha Mountains on the Beara Peninsula to the south-west of Glengarriff in County Cork. There are about twenty loughs in all, and virtually all of them can be fished from the shore. Read more

  5. 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

  6. River Drowes

    Tullaghan, Leitrim

    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. Read more

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  7. Owenea River

    Ardara, Donegal

    The Owenea River runs for 13 miles draining Lough Ea in the west of the Croaghs, into Loughrosmore Bay at Ardara, County Donegal. The river has a run of spring salmon, grilse, sea trout and has a resident stock of small brown trout. Read more

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  8. River Inny (Game)

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The River Inny rises approximately 18 Km north-west of the Inny Bridge on the main road between Waterville and Cahersiveen, County Kerry. Read more

  9. Killarney District

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Killarney Fisheries consists of the old fishery board districts of Kenmare, Waterville and Killarney. It includes part of County Kerry and all the rivers flowing into the sea between Crow Head and Dunmore Head, including the Blasket Islands. Read more

  10. Screebe Fishery

    Screeb, Galway

    The Screeb Fishery is six miles south of Maam Cross, County Galway, at the head of Camus Bay. It consists of an inter-connected series of loughs and a short river. The fishery is famous for its stocks of pike, salmon, brown trout and sea trout. Read more

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