Culiff Rock


River Lower Bann - Ireland

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Situated at a natural bend of the river between Carnroe and the lower end of the Movanagher Angling Club beat, Culiff Rock is a powerful fast flowing stretch of the Lower Bann.

This is a 4 rod Fishery fished from bank, wading or boat. For best results, anglers should use a boat – 2 are available at all times and are kept by the entrance to Movangher Canal.

In periods of medium to low water, the beat can fish consistently well for fly fishing and, depending on water conditions, spinning and bait fishing, which are also allowed can prove successful.

Although salmon are most plentiful between June and September this beat is also renowned for its season long brown trout fishing, with specimens of 6-7lbs being caught regularly.

Day rods are available through this website on the Availability link. Please note prices include VAT.

Office: Noleen McKillop, The Honourable The Irish Society telephone 028 7034 4796 or by email theirishsociety@btconnect.com


 

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