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  1. Nenagh River brown trout

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    The Nenagh River rises in the hills on the eastern slopes of the Silvermines Mountains and flows into Lough Derg at Dromineer. Its most important angling tributary is the Ollatrim River. Lire la suite

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  2. River Maigue System

    Adare, Limerick

    The River Maigue rises in the Ballyhoura Mountains in north County Cork and flows in a northerly direction through Croom and Adare to join the Shannon Estuary west of Limerick City. This River System is primarily a trout fishery. Lire la suite

  3. Lough Erne Resort Angling

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Lough Erne Resort is the ideal destination for experienced fishermen and budding enthusiasts alike. Lire la suite

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  4. The Erriff Fishery

    Leenane, Galway

    The Erriff Fishery is one of the premier salmon fisheries in Ireland. It is located in Leenane, County Galway and comprises the Erriff River and two small loughs, Tawnyard and Derrintin. Lire la suite

  5. Owennageragh River

    Blarney, Cork

    The Owennageragh River joins the Shournagh west of Blarney in County Cork. It holds a good stock of brown trout, and the fishing is regarded as free. Lire la suite

  6. Caha Mountain Loughs

    Glengarriff, Cork

    The Caha Mountain Loughs are on the Caha Mountains on the Beara Peninsula to the south-west of Glengarriff in County Cork. There are about twenty loughs in all, and virtually all of them can be fished from the shore. Lire la suite

  7. 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. Lire la suite

  8. 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. Lire la suite

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  9. Lough Gill

    Castlegregory, Kerry

    Lough Gill is just a quarter-mile from Castlegregory Village in County Kerry. It holds a good stock of brown trout. Lire la suite

  10. Comeragh Mountain Lakes

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    There are five small lakes which lie in the Comeragh Mountains, County Waterford. They hold small wild brown trout. Lire la suite

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