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  1. 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

  2. Emerald Streams Fly Fishing

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Based in Kenmare, County Kerry and with many years of experience in both fresh and saltwater fly fishing, Emerald Streams provide a distinctive fly fishing guide service and experience in the spectacular south-west of Ireland. Read more

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  3. Humphry Lakes

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Humphry Lakes are small lakes in the mountains of east Kerry. They are not very accessible and the trout are said to range between 1 and 4 lb. Read more

  4. Eureka Lodge

    Waterville, Kerry

    Eureka Lodge is located in Waterville, County Kerry and provides excellent fishing facilities, equipment hire, boats with engines and a professional advice and guidance. They also offer fishing lessons and can tailor make packages to suit all. Read more

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  5. Joe Roddy & Sons Skellig Trips & Angling

    Portmagee, Kerry

    Joe Roddy and Sons Skellig Trips and Angling in Portmagee Pier, County Kerry operates two fast passenger boats to the Skellig Islands and sea angling trips. Read more

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  6. Uragh Lough

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Uragh Lough lies south of Kenmare in County Kerry and holds small brown trout and occasional sea trout in August. Read more

  7. Angling Barfinnihy Lake

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Barfinnihy Lake is located near Moll’s Gap, around six and a half miles from Kenmare, County Kerry. It holds a good stock of wild brown trout and adult rainbow trout are stocked regularly. Read more

  8. Sheen River Angling

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Sheen River flows into the head of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry. It is primarily a salmon fishery; the sea trout run being less prolific. It holds spring salmon from March and the grilse arrive in June. Read more

  9. Lough Leane

    Killarney, Kerry

    Lough Leane is part of the River Laune catchment in Killarney, County Kerry. It is noted for its brown trout and salmon fishing. Read more

  10. Skellig Tours

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    John O'Shea of Skellig Tours has the local islands in his blood. He departs daily for the Skelligs from Derrynane Harbour near Catherdaniel, County Kerry. Read more

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