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  1. 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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  2. River Duff

    Ballintrillick, Sligo

    The River Duff, which is also known as Bunduff, flows for 14 miles from the Glenade valley in County Leitrim to the sea. This river is a prolific spate river and gets a good run of summer salmon and grilse. Read more

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  3. Owenmore River

    Cloghane, Kerry

    The Owenmore River is a small spate river on the Dingle Peninsula of County Kerry that drains nine loughs. It gets a run of sea trout from April and grilse from June. Read more

  4. 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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  5. Wexford Town - Sea Angling Centre

    Wexford Town, Wexford

    The Wexford S.A.C. was founded in 1964. It has since become one of the most successful clubs in Ireland, involving itself with organising weekly competitions for juniors and seniors, running open events and playing a major part in every angling competition in the south east of Ireland. Read more

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  6. Ballisodare Fishing Club Limited

    Ballisodare, Sligo

    The Ballisodare fishery lies in the North West of Ireland, just a 10 minute drive from Sligo town. With a catchment of 250sq miles and with its main tributary being of limestone nature, the excellent water quality is perfect for salmon. Read more

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  7. Riverstown River

    Killucan, Westmeath

    The Riverstown River is a tributary of the River Deel and holds fairly plentiful stocks of brown trout to 0.75 lb. It rises near the village of Cloghan in County Westmeath and flows in an easterly direction before joining the River Deel. Read more

  8. River Maigue System

    Adare, Limerick

    The River Maigue rises in the Ballyhoura Mountains in north County Cork and flows in a northerly direction through Croom and Adare to join the Shannon Estuary west of Limerick City. This River System is primarily a trout fishery. Read more

  9. 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

  10. River Brosna salmon and brown trout

    Ferbane, Offaly

    The River Brosna is a game angling area in South Offaly. It rises in Lough Ennell, County Westmeath and flows in a south westerly direction through Kilbeggan, Clara, Ferbane in County Offaly and joins the Shannon at Shannon Harbour. Read more

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