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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. Ballynahinch Castle Fishery

    Ballynahinch, Galway

    Ballynahinch Castle Hotel and Fishery is located on one of the most beautiful fly-fishing rivers in Ireland. Atlantic salmon, wild brown trout and sea trout are all available in the magnificent setting of Connemara, County Galway. Read more

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  3. 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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  4. River Inny

    Castlepollard, Westmeath

    The River Inny is a magnificent pike fishery which flows in a south westerly direction from Lough Sheelin into Lough Kinale, Lough Derravaragh, Lough Iron and into Lough Ree at Inny Bay. Read more

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  5. River Boyne

    Carbury, Kildare

    The River Boyne and its tributaries hold extensive stocks of wild brown trout. There is also will managed trout fishing available on the lakes nest Collinstown and Fore at the western end of the fishery. Read more

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  6. Clodiagh River

    Tullamore, Offaly

    The Clodiagh River flows north through Clonaslee and Rahan in County Offaly to join the River Brosna. It holds some good stocks of trout and gets a good late run of salmon. Read more

  7. Melvin Angling Centre

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

  8. Oliver International Fishing Centre

    Belturbet, Cavan

    The International Fishing Centre, is a family run business, created in 1986. It is situated on the shore of the River Erne, only 3km from the charming village of Belturbet. The centre caters for coarse and pike angling holidays. Read more

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  9. The River Boyne

    Drogheda, Louth

    The River Boyne rises near Carbury, County Kildare and flows northeast through County Meath, where it enters the Irish Sea right between County Meath and County Louth. The river and its tributaries hold extensive stock of wild brown trout. Read more

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  10. Rathlahine Trout Angling

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    This 15 acre natural lake is located in Newmarket on Fergus in County Claire and is stocked with up to 3,000 rainbow trout. Read more

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