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  1. Inniscarra Lake Coarse Angling

    Inniscarra, Cork

    Inniscarra Lake in County Cork is the centre for coarse angling where it is not unusual to catch over 100lbs of bream in a day. Read more

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  2. Courtmacsherry Angling Ltd.

    Courtmacsherry, Cork

    Courtmacsherry Sea Angling is one of Irelands premier angling centres based in the picturesque village of Courtmacsherry, County Cork. Read more

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  3. Baitwell Fishing Bait

    Cork City, Cork

    Baitwell Fresh Fishing Bait Shop is conveniently located in Cork City. They offer a full range fishing and tackle equipment and advice. Read more

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  4. Sea Fishing Peter Manning

    Ballycotton, Cork

    Peter Manning operates with his boat Cleona, a modern 36 ft craft, to provide sea angling to both the novice and avid angler. He is located in the famous sea angling venue Ballycotton, County Cork. Read more

  5. Schull Reservoir

    Schull, Cork

    Schull Reservoir is a joint development between the South Western Regional Fisheries Board and the local development association. It holds a small stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked with adult rainbow trout. Read more

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  6. Fly Fish Ireland

    Glanworth, Cork

    Fly Fish Ireland is a cooperative company of experienced fly and lure fishing guides encompassing a diveristy of target species across the south of Ireland. Read more

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  7. The Lee System

    Ballincollig, Cork

    Ballincollig is the largest town in Cork County and is located 10 Km west of Cork City on the N.22 route to Macroom. The River Lee is the main river in this area, but does not hold coarse fish stocks at this point. Read more

  8. 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

  9. The Lee System (Coarse)

    Inniscarra, Cork

    The Inniscarra reservoir is also known as Inniscarra lake. It is one of two reservoirs in the Lee Valley, resulted from the development of the Lee Hydro-electric Scheme in 1956. Read more

  10. Glashaboy River

    Glanmire, Cork

    The Glashaboy River is located near the village of Glanmire in County Cork. It gets a run of sea trout from the middle of June. Open season runs from 15 February to 12 October. Read more

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