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  1. River Boyne

    Carbury, Kildare

    The River Boyne and its tributaries hold extensive stocks of wild brown trout. There is also will managed trout fishing available on the lakes nest Collinstown and Fore at the western end of the fishery. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Angling Sullane River

    Macroom, Cork

    The Sullane River flows east through Ballyvourney and Macroom into Carrigadrohid Reservoir, County Cork. It is a moorland river and holds a good stock of brown trout averaging 6oz. Read more

  4. Sea Fishing off the Clare coast

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    The waters off the Clare coast are among the most productive sea angling grounds in Europe. The many piers along the coastline and rocky ledges, interspersed with lengthy stretches of sandy beaches, provide great shore fishing. Read more

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  5. Castle Archdale Marina Boat Hire

    County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

    Boats for hire - 5 seater & 8 seate. Read more

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  6. Waterville Lakes & River System

    Waterville, Kerry

    The Waterville Lakes and River System is well developed with access to boats and guides readily available to the tourist angler. It is regarded by many as the foremost salmon and sea trout fishery in the country. Read more

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  7. Newport House Hotel Fishing Holidays

    Newport, Mayo

    Newport House is an extremely well preserved country mansion which is 200 years old. It is located in Newport County Mayo and provides a perfect base to fish for spring salmon, grilse and sea trout. Read more

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  8. East Mayo Anglers Association

    Foxford, Mayo

    The East Mayo Anglers Association manages over 6.5 miles of prime fishing water on the internationally-famous River Moy. The water starts upriver at Oldcastle, Meelick and runs down river to the boundary with Cloongee Fishery. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Clodiagh River

    Tullamore, Offaly

    The Clodiagh River flows north through Clonaslee and Rahan in County Offaly to join the River Brosna. It holds some good stocks of trout and gets a good late run of salmon. Read more

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