Fishing in Ireland
Anglers are spoilt for choice when it comes to Ireland, whatever their discipline.
Game, coarse and sea angling can all be enjoyed throughout Ireland in various locations but always with delightful scenery.
Game fishing in Ireland is for the usual species with the added bonus on the River Bann system of the dollaghan, a unique species of migratory brown trout.
As well as being one of Europe's top venues for coarse fishing, Ireland has a long coastline offering a wide range of sea angling opportunities with some surprising species to be found in the warm Gulf Stream.
Lough Corrib - a famous Irish trout fishery
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We provide dynamically updated information on water levels, daily catches and rod availability with online or telephone booking. The advice pages cover where and when to go, what to bring and where to stay.
You should find everything you need to easily organise your fishing trip.
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Whilst Ireland may at first appear as a small country, the sheer number of rivers both large and small, not to mention a whole host of loughs and smaller waters, can often overwhelm an angler wondering where to fish.
Often the best way to find the most suitable fishing in a particular location and time of year is to employ a guide. Guides are eminently qualified through experience to take you somewhere that suits the conditions of the time and also look after and advise you throughout your day, ensuring you get the maximum enjoyment from it.
Our new section lists the main guides you can use and allows you to book days with them online. We are working with FishGuides Ireland to make sure that all the guides listed have the right knowledge and provide proper standards of service.