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  1. 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. Lees meer

  2. 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. Lees meer

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  3. 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. Lees meer

  4. 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. Lees meer

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  5. 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. Lees meer

  6. 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. Lees meer

  7. Lough Sheelin

    Swords, Dublin

    Lough Sheelin is over 7kms long and more than 3kms wide and covers an area of 1,800 hectares. It is located along the borders of Cavan, Meath and Westmeath and is part of the River Inny system. Lees meer

  8. River Boyne

    Carbury, Kildare

    The River Boyne and its tributaries hold extensive stocks of wild brown trout. There is also will managed trout fishing available on the lakes nest Collinstown and Fore at the western end of the fishery. Lees meer

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  9. Shore Angling

    Bantry, Cork

    Shore angling along the Cork and Kerry coastline has become very popular. The shore angling here is certainly among some of the best in Western Europe and a wide variety of fish can be caught. Lees meer

  10. Fermoy (Coarse)

    Fermoy, Cork

    The River Blackwater is the longest river in the Cork and Kerry Region and rises near Rathmore on the Cork and Kerry border in north west County Cork. It is a most important coarse and game angling river which provides good fishing for brown trout. Lees meer

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