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  1. Navan and District Anglers Association

    Navan, Meath

    The Navan and District Anglers Association look after the River Boyne area which rises in County Kildare and makes its way east through Trim in County Offaly and Navan and Slane in County Meath before entering the Irish Sea in Drogheda. Read more

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  2. Bleach Lough (Ardlahan)

    Kildimo, Limerick

    Bleach is a 54 acre lake situated between Kildimo and Pallaskenry in County Limerick. It is stocked annually with brown trout and rainbow trout averaging 1lb to 5lbs. Read more

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  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Dunfanaghy Fishery

    Dunfanaghy, Donegal

    The Dunfanaghy fishery comprises three lakes: Sessiagh Lough, Port Lough and the New Lake (boat fishing only), The lakes are all noted for their wild brown trout with the New Lake thought to be one of the best brown trout fisheries in the county. Read more

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  6. 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

  7. River Tar

    Clogheen, Tipperary

    The River Tar is a tributary of the River Suir in Clogheen, County Tipperary. There is a huge stock of fish in this river, making the average size of the fish smaller than others. Read more

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  8. River Shannon - Meelick salmon fishing

    Meelick, Galway

    The salmon fishery at Meelick on the Shannon is situated approximately 6 kms east of Eyrecourt in County Galway. The river is very wide at this point, with several islands, weirs, pools and streams. Read more

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  9. 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

  10. Angling Avonbeg River

    Avoca, Wicklow

    The Avonbeg River can be located joining the Avonmore River just outside the village of Avoca in County Wicklow. There are good stocks of small brown trout. Read more

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