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  1. Angling in Lough Boora

    Tullamore, Offaly

    Lough Boora Parklands is an attractive, tranquil and accessible landscape in the Tullamore, County Offaly. As areas of Lough Boora Parklands came out of commercial peat production a number of still water fishing lakes were developed. Read more

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  2. The Grand Canal

    Tullamore, Offaly

    The Grand Canal stretches across the country from Dublin to the Shannon. It was built amid the 19th century and is around 144km long. It holds a good stock of course fish, especially pike, bream, perch and eels. Read more

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  3. Edenderry

    Edenderry, Offaly

    Coarse fishing in the Edenderry areas centres on the Royal and Grand Canals. Both of these canals hold excellent stock of pike, perch, bream, roach, tench and eels. Read more

  4. Little Brosna and Camcor Rivers Brown Trout and Salmon

    Birr, Offaly

    The Little Brosna and its tributaries the Camcor and the Bunow Rivers rise in the districts around Roscrea in County Tipperary. The Little Brosna flows in a north westerly direction past the town of Birr and joins the River Shannon at Meelick. Read more

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  5. Boat Hire Mr Corbett

    Shannonbridge, Offaly

    Mr Corbett is a boat hire operator for fresh water fishing on the Shannon. He also operates a Gillie Service. Read more

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  6. River Brosna salmon and brown trout

    Ferbane, Offaly

    The River Brosna is a game angling area in South Offaly. It rises in Lough Ennell, County Westmeath and flows in a south westerly direction through Kilbeggan, Clara, Ferbane in County Offaly and joins the Shannon at Shannon Harbour. Read more

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  7. 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