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  1. Eany River

    Inver, Donegal

    The Eany Water is about fifteen miles long and drains into Inver Bay in south Donegal. The grilse run peaks at the end of July and continues into August and there can be good salmon fishing in September. This is a typical spate river. Lees meer

  2. 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. Lees meer

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  3. 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. Lees meer

  4. River Ilen (Game)

    Skibbereen, Cork

    The River Ilen is a medium sized spate river located in West Cork. It holds a good stock of spring salmon and the best period is usually in April and May. It is 21 miles long with numerous tributaries which drain an area of seven square miles. Lees meer

  5. Angling Annagh Lake

    Butlersbridge, Cavan

    Annagh Lake is located in Butlersbridge, County Cavan. It is stocked annually with rainbow trout and trout. The lake is part of the Lough Oughter system which in turn is part of the Erne River catchment which is the second largest river in Ireland. Lees meer

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  6. Castle Archdale Marina Boat Hire

    County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

    Boats for hire - 5 seater & 8 seate. Lees meer

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  7. Coomhola River

    Bantry, Cork

    The Coomhola River drains into the top of Bantry Bay in County Cork. It gets a good run of grilse every season; it also gets a small run of sea trout in July and August. Lees meer

  8. 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. Lees meer

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  9. Boy Matthew: Sea Fishing Trips

    Portstewart, County Londonderry

    Boy Matthew
    Sea angling trips, Portstewart. Lees meer

  10. Screebe Fishery

    Screeb, Galway

    The Screeb Fishery is six miles south of Maam Cross, County Galway, at the head of Camus Bay. It consists of an inter-connected series of loughs and a short river. The fishery is famous for its stocks of pike, salmon, brown trout and sea trout. Lees meer

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