Glencar Lough

Glencar Lough

Glencar Lough, just south-east of Benbulben, is a smaller Lough than Lough Arrow or Lough Melvin measuring just 2 miles long by 1/2 mile wide, but it's one of my favorite places to fish and also offers a chance to catch Sea Trout and Salmon.

Lough Erne

Lower Lough Erne

Lower Lough Erne is situated in Co Fermanagh on the western edge of Northern Ireland some six miles from the Atlantic Ocean. It is more than 15 miles long and is one of the great Limestone Loughs of Ireland. Lower Lough Erne has numerous bays and rocky shores, and with it's long shallows and unique islands make it perfect fishing grounds for Brown Trout, and holds some large Brown Trout.

Lough Key

Lough Key

Lough Key in county Roscommon, is a rather triangular shape and composed of about thirty islets, all mainly wooded including Castle Island which houses a medieval castle, Stag Island, Bullock Island and Drummond Island. It is reknown for it's early hatches of Mayfly which usually occurs the first few days of May. Hatches can be quite good and Spent fishing often produces fish in the 8lb range.

Lough Keenaghan

Lough Keenaghan

Lough Keenaghan is 1.5 miles from Belleek on the main Kesh to Belleek road (A47) in County Fermanagh. The lake offers excellent Brown Trout angling and is regularly stocked with takeable size Brown Trout. This is a highly productive shallow Lough popular with Olives, Midges, Buzzers and Caddis; and offers excellent Dry fly fishing and is a great place for the complete beginner to learn the art of Fly fishing.




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