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  1. Banbridge Angling Club - Corbet Lough

    Banbridge, County Down

    Corbet Lough is a premier trout fishery with great facilities for local anglers and tourists alike. Read more

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  2. Lough Corrib

    Clifden, Galway

    Lough Corrib is the second largest fresh water lake in Ireland. It is located in County Galway, in the west of Ireland and contains over 300 islands, the most famous of which is Inchagaoill. This beautiful lake is ideal for boat cruises and angling. Read more

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  3. The River Suck

    Ballinasloe, Galway

    The River Suck is one of the main tributaries of the River Shannon and is an extensive river system in its own right. It is approximately 50 miles in length, draining a large part of Cos. Roscommon and East Galway. Read more

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  4. Moy River

    Ballina, Mayo

    The River Moy is one of Ireland's premier salmon rivers and is the ideal river for the game angler. Its entire length, of just over 1.5 miles is located within the Ballina Town boundaries in County Mayo. Read more

  5. Lough Conn

    Ballina, Mayo

    Lough Conn is located in Ballina, County Mayo and is a game angling lake. It has large stocks of fighting brown trout which attract the angler. Read more

  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. Lough Mask

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    The vast waters of Lough Mask, in County Mayo, contain some of Ireland's largest brown trout. These waters, although noted internationally as game fisheries, provide some pike and perch fishing for the coarse angler. Read more

  8. River Shannon - Shannonbridge to Limerick City

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The Upper River starts in the Cuilcagh Mountains, and extends down to the ancient village of Shannonbridge. From Shannonbridge to the sea in County Limerick is known as the Lower Shannon and it is here that most of the salmon fishing is to be found. Read more

  9. East Clare Lakeland and Rivers

    Scarriff, Clare

    Over 40 lakes and rivers of varying sizes are dotted throughout East Clare. An angling area that has been well developed over the years, it is situated in unspoilt, peaceful countryside. The area is most popular for pike and coarse fishing. Read more

  10. Shannon's Lough Derg Pike and Coarse fishery

    Dromineer, Tipperary

    Lough Derg stretches between Killaloe in County Claire and Portumna in County Galway. It is the largest lake on the River Shannon. It is a natural mixed fishery offering superb angling, primarily for pike and course fish. Read more

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