Angling

Looking for a quiet fishing spot? We have lots of great options, just select your County and find out more. 
Abbey River
Abbey River
The Abbey River is a popular fishing spot. It drains into the Erne Estuary near Ballyshannon. Sea Trout are common in July and August.
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Altmore Trout Fishery
Altmore Trout Fishery
Altmore Fishery is set in the picturesque valley and hillside of Pomeroy. The surrounding moorland and forest allow for lots of walking and biking. The fishery is located 3 miles outside of...
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An Duanai Mara Charters
An Duanai Mara Charters
They offer Deep Sea Fishing, Shark Angling, and Sightseeing trips in Donegal Bay, along one of the most picturesque stretches of coastline in Ireland. The vessel is a 33' Aquastar powered by a...
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Angling Camoge River
Angling Camoge River
Fly fishing is the only fishing permitted on the Camoge river. Trout fishing has improved in recent years.
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Angling Trips
Angling Trips
Angling Trips provide personal trips for those interested in taking up angling or those who already are experienced at fishing
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Annaginny Stillwater Fishery & Park Farm
Annaginny Stillwater Fishery & Park Farm
These waters are well stocked with rainbow trout. There are 5 lakes to choose from and all are set in the lovely scenic countryside.
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Annamoe Trout Fishery
Annamoe Trout Fishery
This is a 4 acre fly fishing lake that is very popular for the locals of Annamoe, Co. Wicklow. There is a wide range of price options for fishers and both brown and rainbow trout are in stock...
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Ballaghaderreen The Lung Valley Coarse Angling
Ballaghaderreen The Lung Valley Coarse Angling
Ballaghaderreen is situated in North Roscommon - one mile from the Lung River in the west of Ireland on the N15 national primary road, 15 miles from Knock Airport, 30 miles from Sligo and 50...
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Ballinamore Boats
Ballinamore Boats
Hire a boat for Angling or a day trip
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Ballinderry River
Ballinderry River
This river is perfect for trout fishing but also has salmon and dollaghan. The river is used by local fishing clubs but is also used for canoeing.
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