Robe River Mayo
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Western Regional Fisheries Board, Weir Lodge, Earl's Island, Galway, Republic of Ireland
The Robe River rises near Ballyhaunis in County Mayo and flows past Claremorris, Hollymount and Ballinrobe to enter Lough Mask. The river holds a moderate stock of wild brown trout.
The Robe River is a rich limestone river which underwent an arterial drainage scheme in the 1980s but has recovered partially from dredging and rehabilitation works have been carried out by the fisheries board. It holds a moderate stock of wild brown trout and has all the usual hatches associated with a limestone river, including mayfly.
The banks are well developed and stiles and footbridges have been erected by the fisheries board throughout the length of the river. Fishing here is free and open season runs from 1 March to 30 September.