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  1. Lough Ree

    Athlone, Roscommon

    Lough Ree “Lake of Kings” is 30 kilometres long and stretches from Lanesboro to just above Athlone, County Roscommon. It is the second largest lake on the Shannon with numerous islands, bays and inlets offering the adventurous angler wonderful sport. Lire la suite

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  2. The River Shannon – Athlone to Meelick

    Athlone, Roscommon

    Downstream from Athlone, County Roscommon, the Shannon River plain is flat almost as far as the eye can see. The Shannon meanders through extensive water meadows and is fringed with extensive reed beds. Lire la suite

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  3. The River Shannon – Lanesboro to Rooskey

    Lanesborough, Longford

    The River Shannon upstream from Lanesboro, County Longford holds stock of pike. The weedy inlets and wider stretches are the most productive especially where the Feorish and Camlin rivers enter and downstream from Tarmonbarry Lock. Lire la suite

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  4. River Inny

    Castlepollard, Westmeath

    The River Inny is a magnificent pike fishery which flows in a south westerly direction from Lough Sheelin into Lough Kinale, Lough Derravaragh, Lough Iron and into Lough Ree at Inny Bay. Lire la suite

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  5. Lough Derravaragh

    Multyfarnham, Westmeath

    Lough Derravaragh is located about 14km north west of Mullingar with the village of Multyfarnham on its southern shore and Castlepollard to the north east. It is an exceptionally good pike lake and holds stock of big pike up to specimen weight. Lire la suite

  6. Lough Gowna

    Lough Gowna, Cavan

    The numerous interconnected lakes that form the headwaters of the Erne are collectively known as the Gowna lakes. Lough Gowna consists of a number of large basins connected by short river stretches and is principally pike fishing water. Lire la suite

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  7. Edenderry

    Edenderry, Offaly

    Coarse fishing in the Edenderry areas centres on the Royal and Grand Canals. Both of these canals hold excellent stock of pike, perch, bream, roach, tench and eels. Lire la suite

  8. Royal Canal

    Leixlip, Kildare

    Angling is very popular along the Royal Canal, with roach being the most popular fish, along with pike, tench and bream. The most popular stretch is between Cope Bridge in Leixlip, County Kildare and Collins Bridge, Clonsilla, County Dublin. Lire la suite

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  9. Lough Ennell

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    Lough Ennell is situated beside the N52, off the Mullingar to Kilbeggan Road in County Westmeath. The lake is 7 km long by 3km wide with an area of 1300 hectares. Lough Ennell is a high pH lake and can carry big numbers of trout. Lire la suite

  10. 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. Lire la suite

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