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  1. 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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  2. 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

  3. Wexford Town - Sea Angling Centre

    Wexford Town, Wexford

    The Wexford S.A.C. was founded in 1964. It has since become one of the most successful clubs in Ireland, involving itself with organising weekly competitions for juniors and seniors, running open events and playing a major part in every angling competition in the south east of Ireland. Read more

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  4. 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

  5. Lough Derg Angling Holiday Centre

    Killaloe, Clare

    Lough Derg Holiday Centre has long been renowned amongst European anglers for being the perfect place to stay whilst visiting this part of Ireland. Read more

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  6. Riverstown River

    Killucan, Westmeath

    The Riverstown River is a tributary of the River Deel and holds fairly plentiful stocks of brown trout to 0.75 lb. It rises near the village of Cloghan in County Westmeath and flows in an easterly direction before joining the River Deel. Read more

  7. The Caragh River

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Caragh River is a well-known angling river that rises near the Boheeshil area south-west of Killorglin, County Kerry. The river joins Caragh Lake just before it enters the sea and is primarily a salmon spate river of good quality. Read more

  8. Shepperton Lakes

    Skibbereen, Cork

    Shepperton Lakes are located 3 miles east from Skibbereen, West Cork. They hold a good stock of wild brown trout and rainbow trout are stocked regularly to maintain a high stock density worth-while angling returns. Read more

  9. Lough Owel

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    Lough Owel is located beside the N4, 4km North West of Mullingar, County Westmeath. The lake has a large resident stock of wild brown trout with an average size of 2 lb. The wild fish in the lake are supplemented by a yearly stocking programme. Read more

  10. Coarse Angling Glenfarne

    Glenfarne, Leitrim

    Upper Lough MacNean is located in Glenfarne, County Leitrim and is an excellent coarse fishing lake. The lake contains Bream, Roach, Hybrids, Pike, Perch and Eels. A small stock of brown trout is also present. Read more

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