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  1. Lough Aderra

    Youghal, Cork

    Lough Aderra is sixteen miles east of Cork City, adjoining the Cork-Youghal Road and is stocked regularly by the regional fisheries board with brown trout and rainbow trout. Read more

  2. 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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  3. Kerry Blackwater Fishery

    Blackwater Bridge, Kerry

    The Blackwater River and Lake System drains a catchment of 34 square miles and is 10 miles long from source to sea. It gets a run of 1500 salmon and grilse approximately every year. Read more

  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Lough Cullen

    Pontoon, Mayo

    Lough Cullen is located just outside Pontoon in County Mayo. It is a good salmon and brown trout fishery and is best fished from a boat. Read more

  7. Oaklands Lake

    New Ross, Wexford

    Oaklands Lake is a 4.5 acre, man-made lake located just outside the town of New Ross in the beautiful County Wexford. It is regularly stocked with carp, tench, bream, and rudd. Read more

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  8. Burrishoole Fishery

    Newport, Mayo

    The Burrishoole fishery is north-west of Newport in County Mayo and consists of a series of loughs, stretching from Bunaveela Lough on the far north of the system to the brackish water Lough Furnace, adjacent to neighbouring Clew Bay. Read more

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  9. 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

  10. Laney River

    Macroom, Cork

    The Laney River joins the Sullane River east of Macroom in County Cork. It is a fast-flowing stream that holds reasonably good trout. Read more

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