The small-to-medium sized Clady River flows from the Sperrin Mountains down through the historic linen village of Upperlands and past Culnady and Clady before emptying into the Lower Bann below the town of Portglenone.
The river has a very good stock of wild brown trout where it meets the rich, flat agricultural land around Culnady. Here the river was sympathetically dredged a number of years ago and there are now plenty of deep pools and good riffles.
The river requires decent rainfall to fish well and, weather permitting, enjoys a good run of salmon from August through to the end of the season.
The water is managed by Clady and District Angling Association.
Cressabelle has exclusive visitor rods available each day which may be booked on the Availability link.
Ticket price includes ALL local regulatory rod licences and permits.
You will have access to fishing on the river and details will be provided on river rules and regulations you will be expected to follow. Please ensure your equipment is appropriately sterilised and complete the declaration form prior to arrival.
A location map will be provided. All waters are shared with local anglers attached to clubs and associations.
An angling guide is advisable for this fishery, please request information via email. Options include a 2 hr river guide, a full day or half day angling guide (1 guide for up to 3 people).
The angling guide is recommended for inexperienced anglers or anglers new to river fishing. The river guide is recommended for anglers who have not been on this river previously, they have local fishing knowledge to get you started.
Cressabelle will endeavour to assist you to meet all the requirements.