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  1. Cloonamoyne Fishery

    Ballina, Mayo

    Cloonamoyne Fishery is located on the shores of Lough Conn in County Mayo and provides an angling service for both the dedicated angler and the real beginner. Lough Conn holds a good stock of brown trout and some salmon. Read more

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  2. Kylemore Abbey Fishery

    Kylemore, Galway

    Kylemore Abbey Fishery is located between the mountains of Connemara, County Galway and the Atlantic Ocean. It consists of the Kylemore, Middle and Castle lakes and five and a half miles of the Dawros River which enters the sea in Ballinakill Bay. Read more

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  3. Blacks Lake

    Limerick City, Limerick

    Black’s Lake is located on the Derryhippo River, which flows south from Creggs Village nearby. It is a very small lake within 2kms of the River Suck. Read more

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  4. Foxford Rocks

    Foxford, Mayo

    The Foxford Rocks beat is located above and below the town of Foxford, County Mayo, approx. 11kms (7 miles) from the tidewater, so it sees tens of thousands of fresh-run fish every year. Read more

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  5. Sligo Sea Shore Fishing School

    Strandhill, Sligo

    Sligo Sea Shore fishing school is located in Strandhill, Couty Sligo. They hold classes teaching children and adults all about fishing including how to locate fish bait and which bait to use for different species. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Robe River Mayo

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    The Robe River rises near Ballyhaunis in County Mayo and flows past Claremorris, Hollymount and Ballinrobe to enter Lough Mask. The river holds a moderate stock of wild brown trout. Read more

  8. River Dodder

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Dodder flows through the south west of Dublin County and then into the city at Donnybrook, through to Ringsend where it flows into the Liffey. It holds a good stock of brown trout, both stocked and wildof up to 1lb, also the odd sea trout. Read more

  9. The Grand Canal

    Tullamore, Offaly

    The Grand Canal stretches across the country from Dublin to the Shannon. It was built amid the 19th century and is around 144km long. It holds a good stock of course fish, especially pike, bream, perch and eels. Read more

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  10. The River Boro

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

    The River Boro rises at the foot of the Blackstairs Mountains and flows in an easterly direction for approximately 15 miles before entering the river Slaney about two miles below Enniscorthy in County Wexford. Read more

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