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The South-Western Regional Fishery board has done excellent work in preparing and stocking small trout lakes in County Cork and County Kerry, and these can provide excellent fishing.
The River Middle Lee is the section of the river above the Old Gearagh Forest at the upper end of Carrigadrohid Reservoir in County Cork. It holds small numbers of brown trout and gets a run of large reservoir trout.
The Sullane River flows east through Ballyvourney and Macroom into Carrigadrohid Reservoir, County Cork. It is a moorland river and holds a good stock of brown trout averaging 6oz.
The Foherish River is a tributary of the Sullane and holds small brown trout. It can be found flowing into the Laney River near the village of Macroom in County Cork.
The Laney River joins the Sullane River east of Macroom in County Cork. It is a fast-flowing stream that holds reasonably good trout.
The River Lee rises in Gougane Barra, County Cork and flows east into Cork Harbour. The bulk of the salmon fishing takes place in the nine-mile stretch of river downstream of Inishcarra Dam.
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