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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. 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

  3. Salmon Rivers in the Limerick Area

    Castleconnell, Limerick

    There are many salmon rivers in County Limerick of note including The River Shannon, Mulcair River and the River Feale. Read more

  4. Shannon's Lough Derg Pike and Coarse fishery

    Dromineer, Tipperary

    Lough Derg stretches between Killaloe in County Claire and Portumna in County Galway. It is the largest lake on the River Shannon. It is a natural mixed fishery offering superb angling, primarily for pike and course fish. Read more

  5. Upper Lough Avaul

    Glengarriff, Cork

    Upper Lough Avaul is half a mile beyond Lower Lough Avaul, two miles south-west of Glengarriff, County Cork. The lake holds small brown trout and is stocked regularly with big rainbow trout. Read more

  6. Coarse Angling Ballinamore

    Ballinamore, Leitrim

    This very well developed coarse angling centre has hosted numerous All-Ireland Championships. Ballinamore is situated on the Shannon Erne Waterway amongst the hills of East Leitrim with 28 lakes within a 5 mile radius, plus some 17km of riverbank. Read more

  7. Lough Inagh Fishery

    Recess, Galway

    Lough Inagh Fishery is located in Connemara, County Galway and consists of fishing on Lough Inagh and Derryclare Lough as well as fishing on the outflowing rivers from both loughs. It holds spring salmon, grilse, sea trout and large brown trout. Read more

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  8. The Blackwater System

    Fermoy, Cork

    The River Blackwater, the longest river in the Cork Kerry Region rises about 6 km from Ballydesmond on the slopes of Knockanefune Mountain. It is a great game and coarse angling river, and some of its tributaries provide good fishing for brown trout. Read more

  9. Lough Gill

    Castlegregory, Kerry

    Lough Gill is just a quarter-mile from Castlegregory Village in County Kerry. It holds a good stock of brown trout. Read more

  10. River Fergus System and Lakes

    Ennis, Clare

    The Fergus rises in the Burren region of County Clare and flows southwards through the village of Corofin and the town of Ennis to join the tidal waters of the Shannon Estuary at Newmarket-on-Fergus. Read more

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