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  1. Killybegs Sea Angling Club

    Killybegs, Donegal

    The Killybegs Sea Angling Club is a member of I.F.S.A (Irish Federation Of Sea Anglers) and runs the Club runs 3 competitions per year. Read more

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  2. Bannow Bay - Sea Angling Club

    Bannow, Wexford

    The Bannow Bay Sea Angling Club runs many junior and senior competions throughout the year. Please contact Paula for fixtures Read more

  3. Rosses Anglers Association

    Dungloe, Donegal

    The Rosses Anglers Association has fishing on over 130 lakes in West Donegal. These lakes hold salmon, sea trout and brown trout and all of them are within a five mile radius of Dungloe Town. Read more

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  4. Ballymote and District Angling Club

    Ballymote, Sligo

    Ballymote and District Angling Club members are actively involved in both game and coarse fishing and competitions are held throughout the calendar year. Read more

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  5. Lough Erne Resort Angling

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Lough Erne Resort situated in the heart of The Fermanagh Lakelands is the ideal destination for... Read more

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  6. Lough Conn and Cullin Anglers

    Crossmolina, Mayo

    Lough Conn and Cullin Anglers is a fly fishing club based in Crossmolina, Co Mayo, dedicated to the promotion and protection of these lovely lakes.
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  7. Boy Matthew: Sea Fishing Trips

    Portstewart, County Londonderry

  8. Castle Archdale Marina Boat Hire

    County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

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

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  9. Fishteach/Flatfield Flyfish

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

  10. Mourne and Cooley Charter Boat

    Newcastle, County Down

    Deep Sea Fishing trips, Mackerel Fishing, Sightseeing and Nature Watch Cruises.
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