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  1. The Governor's Lodge

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    The Governor's Lodge is situated in the centre of the Baronscourt Estate and dates back to 1890. ... Read more

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  2. Knockaderry Reservoir

    Kilmeaden, Waterford

    Knockaderry Reservoir is located 12km southwest of Waterford City, just off National Route N25. It holds a native stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked occasionally with brown and rainbow trout by the Fisheries Board. Read more

  3. Inchbeg Fishing School

    Freshford, Kilkenny

    Inchbeg Fishing School on the River Nore, Co Kilkenny will unfortunately not be holding lessons this summer, however they welcome visitors to come and enjoy their private land just 12 km upstream from the medieval city of Kilkenny. Read more

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  4. Lower Lough Avaul

    Glengarriff, Cork

    Lower Lough Avaul is two miles south west of Glengarriff, County Cork. The lough holds a stock of wild brown trout and is regularly stocked with large rainbow trout by the fisheries board. Read more

  5. Blessington Lake Coarse Angling

    Blessington, Wicklow

    The Poulaphuca Reservoir is owned by the Electricity Supply Board and is a renowned beauty only 30 kilometres from Dublin. Coarse angling is available with abundant stocks of roach, perch and specimen pike being caught up to 9kg. Read more

  6. Neaskin Lough

    Dunmanway, Cork

    Neaskin Lough is one of five small lakes in West Cork, the others being Chapel Lake, Ballynacarriga Lough, Curraghalickey Lake and Lough Atarriff which hold a mixture of brown trout with some also containing rudd, tench and pike. Read more

  7. Owennacurra River

    Midleton, Cork

    The Owennacurra River flows through Midleton into Cork Harbour. It is primarily a sea trout fishery, and the best time to fish is in July, August and September. Read more

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  8. The River Boyne

    Drogheda, Louth

    The River Boyne rises near Carbury, County Kildare and flows northeast through County Meath, where it enters the Irish Sea right between County Meath and County Louth. The river and its tributaries hold extensive stock of wild brown trout. Read more

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  9. Coarse Angling Keshcarrigan

    Carrick On Shannon, Leitrim

    The village of Keshcarrigan, County Cork is surrounded by lakes with good fishing all year round. Read more

  10. Alpine Fishery

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    Alpine Fisheries offer salmon fishing for 2 miles single bank on the famous River Moy. The fishery is run by Jim and Niall Byrne and a full time gillie is employed on the fishery to assist and instruct the guest in every way possible. Read more

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