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  1. Little Brosna and Camcor Rivers Brown Trout and Salmon

    Birr, Offaly

    The Little Brosna and its tributaries the Camcor and the Bunow Rivers rise in the districts around Roscrea in County Tipperary. The Little Brosna flows in a north westerly direction past the town of Birr and joins the River Shannon at Meelick. Read more

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  2. 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

  3. Rainbow Farm Lakes

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

    Located in the heart of County Wexford, Rainbow Farm offers the perfect setting for both bait and fly fishing. In the midst of a 10acre wildlife reserve lies two large lakes totaling four acres that contain brown and rainbow trout. The lakes contain rainbow and brown trout weighing up to 10lbs. Read more

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  4. Sea Fishing in the Shannon Estuary - Limerick City to Loop Head

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The Shannon Estuary meets the Atlantic at the extremity of Loop Head peninsula on the Clare coast where a solitary lighthouse, perched 269 feet above sea level, continues to beam out its warning to shipping. Read more

  5. Angling in Lough Boora

    Tullamore, Offaly

    Lough Boora Parklands is an attractive, tranquil and accessible landscape in the Tullamore, County Offaly. As areas of Lough Boora Parklands came out of commercial peat production a number of still water fishing lakes were developed. Read more

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  6. River Deele

    Lifford, Donegal

    The River Deele flows into the main river Foyle one mile below the Lifford Bridge. It is traditionally known as an excellent sea trout river from June onwards. Read more

  7. River Inny (Game)

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The River Inny rises approximately 18 Km north-west of the Inny Bridge on the main road between Waterville and Cahersiveen, County Kerry. Read more

  8. Cong Canal

    Cong, Mayo

    The Cong Canal extends from Ballinchalla Bay on Lough Mask towards Cong in County Mayo. It is regarded as a good brown trout fishery with the average weight of the trout is probably 2lb. Read more

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  9. Lough Leane

    Killarney, Kerry

    Lough Leane is part of the River Laune catchment in Killarney, County Kerry. It is noted for its brown trout and salmon fishing. Read more

  10. River Flesk

    Killarney, Kerry

    The River Flesk drains into Lough Leane at Killarney, County Kerry. It gets a run of spring salmon early in the season, and the grilse run in late May and early June. Read more

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