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  1. Cahir Angler - Paul Burke

    Cahir, Tipperary

    Paul has extensive knowledge of the local rivers - All advice freely given. Read more

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  2. Waterville Lakes & River System

    Waterville, Kerry

    The Waterville Lakes and River System is well developed with access to boats and guides readily available to the tourist angler. It is regarded by many as the foremost salmon and sea trout fishery in the country. Read more

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  3. Jim Robinson Angling Centre

    Limerick City, Limerick

    All kinds of Angling can be arranged and expert personal guidance and tuition provided by a Master Angler. Salmon and Trout Fishing on the River Shannon at Castleconnell and on the Mulcair River a Speciality. Read more

  4. Lough Glore

    Castlepollard, Westmeath

    Lough Glore lies to the north of the Castlepollard in County Westmeath. It holds a good stock of brown trout which are best fished from a boat. Read more

  5. S J Mitchell And Company Tackle And Bait

    Limavady, County Londonderry

    S J Mitchell And Company offers both tackle and bait to anglers and provides DARD permits for ... Read more

  6. 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

  7. Schull Reservoir

    Schull, Cork

    Schull Reservoir is a joint development between the South Western Regional Fisheries Board and the local development association. It holds a small stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked with adult rainbow trout. Read more

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  8. Corranny And Corry

    County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

    Corranny
    Corranny is a small Lough lying where the road forks near Dernawilt crossroads. There ... Read more

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  9. Dunfanaghy Anglers Association Waters

    Dunfanaghy, Donegal

    The Dunfanaghy Anglers Association develops a number of brown trout lakes in the Dunfanaghy area. These are Sassiath Lough, New Lake and Port Lough. All of these loughs hold wild brown trout and are occasionally stocked. Read more

  10. 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

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