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  1. The Lee System (Game)

    Inniscarra, Cork

    Inniscarra Dam was constructed in the 1950s as part of the Lee Valley Hydro-electric scheme. The Dam is located west of Ballincollig just off the northern R.618 route to Coachford and Macroom. Read more

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  2. The Meadows Trout Fishery

    Letterkenny, Donegal

    The Meadows Fishery is a two acre stream fed lake situated on the beautiful Fanad peninsula in North Donegal. It has stunning views of Mulroy Bay, good road access and parking space. Read more

  3. Finnihy River

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Finnihy River flows into Kenmare Bay in county Kerry. It is a small river that produces a few grilse every season. Read more

  4. Delvin River

    Balbriggan, Dublin

    The River Devlin is a small river north of Balbriggan on the Dublin and Meath border. It is maintained and stocked with brown trout by the Gormanston & District Anglers. Read more

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  5. Schull Reservoir

    Schull, Cork

    Schull Reservoir is a joint development between the South Western Regional Fisheries Board and the local development association. It holds a small stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked with adult rainbow trout. Read more

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  6. 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

  7. River Feale System - salmon & brown trout

    Abbeyfeale, Limerick

    The Feale rises in the mountain district of North Cork and flows westerly through the rural towns of Abbeyfeale, County Limerick and Listowel, County Kerry to enter the sea south of Ballybunion. It is great for salmon and sea trout fishing. Read more

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  8. East Mayo Anglers Association

    Foxford, Mayo

    The East Mayo Anglers Association manages over 6.5 miles of prime fishing water on the internationally-famous River Moy. The water starts upriver at Oldcastle, Meelick and runs down river to the boundary with Cloongee Fishery. Read more

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  9. 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

  10. Carrigallen Angling

    Carrigallen, Leitrim

    Carrigallen is a small village located in County Leitrim. There are 38 lakes within 6 miles of the village, each with a healthy stock of coarse fish. Read more

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