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  1. Angling Charters

    Cobh, Cork

    Angling Charters in Cobh, County Cork offers deep sea angling from one of the most natural harbours in the world. Read more

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  2. Angling Middle Lee

    Macroom, Cork

    The River Middle Lee is the section of the river above the Old Gearagh Forest at the upper end of Carrigadrohid Reservoir in County Cork. It holds small numbers of brown trout and gets a run of large reservoir trout. Read more

  3. Kinsale Deep Sea Angling

    Kinsale, Cork

    Kinsale Deep Sea Angling offer daily angling charters, wildlife tours and dive trips from Kinsale harbour, County Cork. Read more

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  4. The Lee System (Game)

    Inniscarra, Cork

    Inniscarra Dam was constructed in the 1950s as part of the Lee Valley Hydro-electric scheme. The Dam is located west of Ballincollig just off the northern R.618 route to Coachford and Macroom. Read more

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  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. Fermoy (Coarse)

    Fermoy, Cork

    The River Blackwater is the longest river in the Cork and Kerry Region and rises near Rathmore on the Cork and Kerry border in north west County Cork. It is a most important coarse and game angling river which provides good fishing for brown trout. Read more

  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. Kinsale Angling

    Kinsale, Cork

    Kinsale is one of Ireland’s premier sea angling locations. Kinsale Angling caters for the beginner and experienced sea angler alike. Read more

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  9. Foherish River

    Macroom, Cork

    The Foherish River is a tributary of the Sullane and holds small brown trout. It can be found flowing into the Laney River near the village of Macroom in County Cork. Read more

  10. Geary Angling Services And Tackle Supplies

    Ballynoe, Cork

    Geary Angling Services And Tackle Supplies based in Cobh, County Cork, offers angling and sea life tours in the popular fishing area of Cork harbour. Read more

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