Angling

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Shore Angling at Seafield Pier and Beach
Shore Angling at Seafield Pier and Beach
Seafield Pier has easy access for anglers and a large car park. Flounder and bass are stocked in these waters. Fishing marks include the surf beach on the south side and the sheltered northern...
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Stephenstown Pond
Stephenstown Pond
As well as having a Nature Park that hosts a wide spectrum of wild flora and fauna on display, Stephenstown Pond has the following facilities available to the public and private sector. A...
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Strokestown And Tulsk Coarse Angling
Strokestown And Tulsk Coarse Angling
This centre is very popular for angling and is extremely picturesque with 65 lakes in a seven mile radius of the town. The lakes are stocked with pike, perch, bream, eels, hybrid and trout.
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Suck Valley
Suck Valley
The River Suck flows along the natural border between counties Galway and Roscommon. The Suck River Valley is a 5 mile wide corridor each side of the River Suck, and boasts a population of...
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The Clodiagh River
The Clodiagh River
This river stocks brown trout and salmon. The river flows north through Clonaslee and Rahan and it is at this spot where salmon fishing is best. Open season is from March 1st to September 30...
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The Easkey River
The Easkey River
This picturesque river is 20km long and is very well stocked with salmon and sea trout from June on. The waters are mostly suited to fly fishing. There is some lovely scenery surrounding the...
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The Gageborough River
The Gageborough River
This river runs through Clara, Co. Offaly and is stocked with brown trout.
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The Great Pike Fishing Company
The Great Pike Fishing Company
The Great Pike Fishing Company have been providing clients with service for over 10 years. They are happy to customise your trip to achieve your aspirations and budget. They operate 20 boats...
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The River Brosna
The River Brosna
The River Brosna is perfect for angling and is stocked with brown trout, grilse and salmon. The river passes though Kilbeggan, Clare, ballycumber and Ferbane.
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The River Shannon
The River Shannon
The river Shannon is Irelands longest river. There are many inlets and some well developed sections of the lake in Athlone and Kiltoom. The river stocks bream and roach.
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