The Upper River starts in the Cuilcagh Mountains, and extends down to the ancient village of Shannonbridge. From Shannonbridge to the sea in County Limerick is known as the Lower Shannon and it is here that most of the salmon fishing is to be found.
The Shannon Estuary meets the Atlantic at the extremity of Loop Head peninsula on the Clare coast where a solitary lighthouse, perched 269 feet above sea level, continues to beam out its warning to shipping.
Lough Gur is not only a great fishing spots but is also one of Ireland’s archaeological and historical gems. It holds stocks of rudd and pike and is only fishable from a boat.
Black’s Lake is located on the Derryhippo River, which flows south from Creggs Village nearby. It is a very small lake within 2kms of the River Suck.