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  1. The Governor's Lodge

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    The Governor's Lodge is situated in the centre of the Baronscourt Estate and dates back to 1890. ... Read more

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  2. Lough Gowna

    Lough Gowna, Cavan

    The numerous interconnected lakes that form the headwaters of the Erne are collectively known as the Gowna lakes. Lough Gowna consists of a number of large basins connected by short river stretches and is principally pike fishing water. Read more

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  3. The Erriff Fishery

    Leenane, Galway

    The Erriff Fishery is one of the premier salmon fisheries in Ireland. It is located in Leenane, County Galway and comprises the Erriff River and two small loughs, Tawnyard and Derrintin. Read more

  4. Lough Erne Resort Angling

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Lough Erne Resort is the ideal destination for experienced fishermen and budding enthusiasts alike. Read more

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  5. The River Suck

    Ballinasloe, Galway

    The River Suck is one of the main tributaries of the River Shannon and is an extensive river system in its own right. It is approximately 50 miles in length, draining a large part of Cos. Roscommon and East Galway. Read more

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  6. Vartry Reservoirs

    Roundwood, Wicklow

    The Roundwood Reservoirs are one of the main water supply sources for Dublin City. Angling for brown trout is available on the lower shores of the lower reservoir from 1st March until 12th October. Read more

  7. Cong Canal

    Cong, Mayo

    The Cong Canal extends from Ballinchalla Bay on Lough Mask towards Cong in County Mayo. It is regarded as a good brown trout fishery with the average weight of the trout is probably 2lb. Read more

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  8. Owenmore River

    Cloghane, Kerry

    The Owenmore River is a small spate river on the Dingle Peninsula of County Kerry that drains nine loughs. It gets a run of sea trout from April and grilse from June. Read more

  9. River Nire

    Clonmel, Tipperary

    This gin clear stream runs from peat bogland in the Comeragh Mountains, County Tipperary. It has exceptional stocks of trout averaging 0.25 to 0.75 pounds (25 to 30 cm). Read more

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  10. Salmon Rivers in the Limerick Area

    Castleconnell, Limerick

    There are many salmon rivers in County Limerick of note including The River Shannon, Mulcair River and the River Feale. Read more

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