Angling Activities throughout Northern Ireland
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For fishermen who are interested in quietly sitting on the bank of a small pool, standing waist high in waders in a swift-flowing river, or fighting to land a large fish out at sea, this page is intended to list all the fishing venues in the area.

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County Antrim Angling


Blank TabGLENMORE TOURING CARAVAN & CAMPING PARKAngling
94 Whitepark Road (the B15), Ballycastle, Co Antrim, BT54 6LR
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New Four Star country touring and camping site on the B15 Coast road midway between Ballintoy and Ballycastle (ideal Causeway touring base).

Fully serviced with modern shower and laundry facilities, picnic and barbeque areas with beautiful sea views.

Also two acre fishing lake and 90 acres for walks.

Restaurant on site offering take away food and delicious freshly cooked breakfasts.
Tel: 028 2076 3584    Fax: 028 2076 2378
E-mail: glenmorehouse@lineone.net
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Glenarm River Company

Glenarm, County Antrim
Tel: 028 2884 1203

The Glenarm is a medium sized (2-20m) spate river with a large head of wild brown trout which can be taken with dry and wet fly especially during April, May and June. June sees the arrival of sea trout which continue to run the river to the end of the season. There will be a few salmon in June and July the best of this fishing is from August to October and as well as fly fishing, spinning and worming may be allowed depending on water height. A ghillie service is available with prior notice. Licence Authority-FCB. Day Tickets are pre-bookable. Species: Brown Trout, Sea Trout, Salmon.

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River Bush

County Antrim
Tel: 028 2073 0025

Area: 38.5km. Season: 1 March - 20 October. Fly fishing only 1 March - 30 June. Fly fishing, spinning and worm fishing from July 1. Methods: Spinning and worm fishing from Bellisle Bridge to Conagher Bridge and on the Stracam tributary up to Dervock is also permitted from 1 July. Bag Limit: None Size Limit: Minimum takeable size for brown trout is 25.4cm. Other Restrictions: A short stretch above Benvardin Bridge is closed to anglers Licence: Over 18 - FCB Game Fishing Rod Licence Under 18 - None Permit: Over 18 - DCAL Game Fishing Permit Under 18 - DCAL Juvenile Game Fishing Permit Tackle Shop Causeway Bait and tackle Boats Fishing from boats not permitted.

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Kilgad Fishery

89a Kilgad Road, Kells, Ballymena, County Antrim, BT42 3HY
Tel: Gary Cooper 028 2589 1812     E-mail: garycooper8@btinternet.com

So far the vast majority of anglers visiting the fishery have been using small dry flies, buzzers or nymphs on floating lines, although there are some who continue to use big lures, all in pursuit of rainbow trout up to 10lb with an average weight of 2.5-3lb. The heaviest fish so far was estimated at 10lb and returned to fight another day. The lake is weed free and there is easy access around the lake so casting a fly is relatively snag free. Restrictions: Fly fishing only, Permits available at the fishery.

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County Armagh Angling

GI Stores

5 Dobbin Street, Armagh, County Armagh
Tel: 028 3752 2335
E-mail: www.gistores@ic24.net

Day tickets for Lorrys Lake, Seaganham lake and Shaws lake.

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Loughgall Country Park

Loughgall, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, BT61 8HZ
Tel: 028 3889 2906    Fax: 028 3889 2902

Fish here for Roach, Rudd, Perch, Pike, Tench and Eels.

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Premier Angling Centre

17 Queen's Street, Lurgan, County Armagh
Tel: 028 3832 5204
E-mail: premierangling@aol.com

Day tickets for the River Lagan.

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Coney Island

Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Craigavon, County Armagh
Tel: 028 3832 2205
Web: www.unesco.8m.com

Regular boat trips available at weekends for fishing.

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County Down Angling

Lough Island Reavy

Rathfriland Road, Castlewellan
Tel: 028 4065 0537

Fly Fishing only for Brown Trout, and some pike and perch from 1st April until the 30th September.

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Lough Money

Nr Ballyalton, Downpatrick
Tel: 028 4377 8937   E-mail: dcalangling@dcalnigovuk
Web: www.nidirect.gov.uk/angling

Fish for Rainbow trout all year long.

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Quoile Basin

Castlewellen, BT31 9BU
Tel: 028 4377 8937     Email: peter.linch@dcalni.gov.uk  
Web: www.dcal-fishingni.gov.uk

Coarse fishing for pike, perch, rudd, eels (all year) and brown trout from 1st March until the 31st October.

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County Fermanagh Angling

Colebrooke River

Colebrooke Park, Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, BT94 4DW
Tel: 02889 531402     E-mail: mail@colebrooke.info
Web: www.colebrooke.info

Fish for bream, roach, perch, pike and rudd. Brown trout can be caught towards the end of the season. Colebrooke Park also run courses for those who wish to improve their skills.

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Killyfole Mill Lough

Belleek, Fermanagh
Tel: 028 6632 2114    Fax: 028 6632 9335
Web: www.homefieldandstream.com

A designated coarse fishery with pike and perch. Click here for more information. For accommodation with 100 meteres see www.fermanaghselfcatering.co.uk

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Upper And Lower Lough Erne

18 Church Street, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
Tel: 028 6632 2114    Fax: 028 6632 9335
Web: www.homefieldandstream.com

Fish for brown trout and salmon from the 1st March to the 30th September. Fish all year round for eel, pike, perch, rudd, bream, and roach in designated coarse fishing areas. Click here for more information on Upper Lough Erne and here for Lower Lough Erne.

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Mill Lough Bellanaleck

18 Church Street, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
Tel: 028 6632 2114    Fax: 028 6632 9335
Web: www.homefieldandstream.com

Rainbow and Brown Trout Fishery.  Click here for further details.

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Navar Forest Lakes

Derrygonnelly, County Fermanagh
Tel: 028 6632 2114    Fax: 028 6632 9335
Web: www.homefieldandstream.com

Brown and Rainbow Trout Fishery with three lakes open to DCAL permit holders - Achork, Glencreawan and Meenameen.  Click here for more information.

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County Londonderry Angling

Atkins, Albert & Co

71 Coleraine Road, Garvargh, County Londonderry
Tel: 028 2955 7691    Fax: 028 2955 7692
E-mail: albert@holly83.fsnet.co.uk

Please contact Atkins, Albert & Co for further information.

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Faughan Anglers Association

26a Carlisle Road, Londonderry, County Londonderry
Tel/Fax: 028 71 26 7781

Day Ticket for the River Faughan - please telephone for further information.

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Glenowen Fisheries

Creggan Country Park, Westway Creggan, Derry City, County Derry, BT48 9NU
Tel: 02871 371544     E-mail: info@glenowenfisheries.net

Having become one of the market leaders in the north in terms of rainbow trout fisheries, Glenowen Fisheries, with the aid of Creggan Country Park Enterprises have now developed a marvellous new fishery at the Lower Reservoir with a first class landscaping scheme, good access paths, disabled facilities etc. The fishery has produced some great results for anglers over the past ten years from banks and boats. While many have their favourite rainbow lure (the olive Sleech reigns supreme by the way) there is ample opportunity to try out wet flies , nymphs and dries and the evening rise in high summer can provide the cream of local. The system hosts a wealth of fly life with the bulk of the activity being provided by buzzers early in the year and by sedges in summer. It is a very productive system, with a ph of 7 +, and the feeding for trout is nothing short of amazing. Like all fisheries this one has its hot spots - the Big island at the bottom corner is a great fish holding area, particularly the area towards the outflow, while the dam area in general seems to hold loads of fish. Equally good is the opposite corner at the feeder stream where a mixture of features tend to keep the fish within easy casting reach while the relative shallowness also makes it a productive area in terms of food items! The easy casting along the entire northern bank makes it a dream for fly fishing, and the shallows along the edge will surely come into their own as summer approaches, since they will surely attract lots of early morning feeders.

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The Oak's Fishery

14 Judges Road, Londonderry, BT47 6LN
Tel: 028 71 860916    Mobile: 07764 827451
E-mail: ian@theoaksfishery.com     Web: www.oaksfishery.com

The Oaks Trout Fishery is a natural 14 acre lake located in a beautiful country setting on the outskirts of Derry City. Superb fighting trout up to 10lbs Bait fishing is allowed. Worms only and there is no spinning Old age pensioners discounts Rod hire available and free fly casting lessons Boat hire for five hours is £6.00 and £5.00 for evening.

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Moorbrook Lodge

46 Glebe Rd, Castlerock, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT51 4SW
Tel: 028 7084 9408     E-mail: stephanie@moorbrooklodge.freeserve.co.uk
Web: www.moorbrookfishery.com

Moorbrook is owned and run by William and Stephanie Holmes who are more than happy to give advice, hints and tips on all aspects of fly fishing and with a friendly welcome assured, everyone is welcome. The famous Irish Fly Tyer, Robert McHaffie is also available for fly tying advice certain days each week. Four fishing lakes. See website for further details.

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County Tyrone Angling


blank tabC.A ANDERSON & COAngling
64 Market Street, Omagh, Co Tyrone, BT78 1EN
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C.A. Anderson is a Gun Dealers & Fishing Tackle Shop in the town centre of Omagh. Stephen runs a busy family owned Fishing Tackle Shop and Licence Distributor and can supply all your tackle, bait, licence and permit requirements. Offering Sea Trout, Wild Brown Trout and Salmon fishing in the area rivers Camowen, Drumragh, Strule, Glenelly, Owenkillew, Derg, Mourne and Finn. Fly, bait and spin are catered for. Stephen also holds The National Angling Certificate and is a member of The National Angling Guides Association. Also dealers in all types of air guns, rifles, sporting guns, country clothing and accessories. Repairs and restorations available on site. Offering Professional and friendly advice in on all aspects of clay and game shooting, fishing and country clothing.
Tel: 028 8224 2311    Fax: 028 8224 9539
E-mail: fishing.shooting@btconnect.com

Lough Neagh

Cookstown, Tyrone
Tel
: 028 8676 5920

Permits are required to fish here for Pollen, Perch, Bream, Roach, Rud, Pike and Salmon, and the Dollaghan.

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The Oaks Trout Fishery

Caledon, Tyrone
Tel
: 028 8224 4932

Fish here for pike, bream, and the odd tench.

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River Strule

Omagh, Tyrone
Tel
: 028 8224 4932

Coarse fishing on the River Strule downstream from the right (east) bank at the junction with the Fairywater.

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Loughs Brandan And Lee

Drumquin, Tyrone
Tel
: 028 8224 4932

Trout fishing is available at both lakes. Lough Lee is located in sheep country and dogs are not welcome.

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Owenkillew River And Owenreagh River

28 Main Street, Newtownstewart, Tyrone
Tel: 028 8164 8543

Two rivers stretch across the Sperrins, stocked with Salmon, Sea and Brown Trout.

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White Lough

Aughnacloy, Tyrone
Tel
: 028 8776 1133

A rainbow trout fishery, by Rehaghy Mountain, near Aughnacloy.

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