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  1. Upper Caragh Fishery

    Glencar, Kerry

    The Upper Caragh River flows through Glencar in County Kerry. It is situated approximately 12 miles from Killarney and 10 miles from Killorglin and is a famous salmon fishery which produces an average of 300 salmon a year. Read more

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  2. 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

  3. Angling Annagh Lake

    Butlersbridge, Cavan

    Annagh Lake is located in Butlersbridge, County Cavan. It is stocked annually with rainbow trout and trout. The lake is part of the Lough Oughter system which in turn is part of the Erne River catchment which is the second largest river in Ireland. Read more

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  4. Laney River

    Macroom, Cork

    The Laney River joins the Sullane River east of Macroom in County Cork. It is a fast-flowing stream that holds reasonably good trout. Read more

  5. Mourne and Cooley Charter Boat

    Newcastle, County Down

    Deep Sea Fishing trips, Mackerel Fishing, Sightseeing and Nature Watch Cruises.
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  6. Angling Middle Lee

    Macroom, Cork

    The River Middle Lee is the section of the river above the Old Gearagh Forest at the upper end of Carrigadrohid Reservoir in County Cork. It holds small numbers of brown trout and gets a run of large reservoir trout. Read more

  7. River Suir and Drish brown trout

    Thurles, Tipperary

    The River Suir’s fishing area runs from Holycross, County Tipperary, through Thurles and into Ballycamus. It is joined by the River Drish just over 1 ½ kms south east of Thurles. There are many great fishing spots along the way. Read more

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  8. Lickeen Lake

    Ennistymon, Clare

    Lickeen Lake is a 250 acre lake located in the heart of the unique Burren region in north County Clare. It is stocked regularly with brown trout and is managed by the Lickeen Trout Anglers Co-Operative. Read more

  9. Foxford Rocks

    Foxford, Mayo

    The Foxford Rocks beat is located above and below the town of Foxford, County Mayo, approx. 11kms (7 miles) from the tidewater, so it sees tens of thousands of fresh-run fish every year. Read more

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  10. 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

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