Coarse Angling Keshcarrigan
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The village of Keshcarrigan, County Leitrim is surrounded by lakes with good fishing year-round.
Visit the village of Keshcarrigan in County Leitrim for a variety of fishing opportunities.
Drumlaheen Lake covers over 200ac, and although it's not easy to fish, some of the biggest bream and roach have been caught here, making it very tempting indeed.
Keshcarrigan Lake, meanwhile, needs some baiting, but bream of up to four pounds have been caught here, along with roach, perch, and hybrids.
Lough Scur is a well-known water which can be accessed via the Erne system and provides plenty of bream, roach, hybrids, skimmers, and perch in water that ranges from six to ten feet in depth.
Carrickport Lake is about three miles from the town and offers good water with bream of three to four pounds and good roach and hybrids. This lake has a depth of up to 20ft.
At Castlefore Lake, you'll find very good stocks of bream and roach, although it may need pre-baiting as it's not fished very often.