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The River Faughan is a medium sized spate river, an important game fishery on the Foyle system, with significant runs of salmon and sea trout from June through to the end of the season.
The River Faughan Anglers Ltd manages the fishing.
Run as an association water, popular areas can be busy at times, offering over 20 miles of double bank fishing over the entire river system, there is plenty of fishing available for everyone.
20 tickets will be available daily for non-season ticket holders
Single Day Tickets costs £25
3 Day Permit costs £60
7 Day Permit costs £100
For 3 day and 7 day tickets simply select the consecutive days you wish to fish and the discounts will be automatically applied at point of booking. See Booking Conditions for full details.
Concessions only apply with season tickets.
The River Faughan anglers Ltd. retains the right to refuse an application for day tickets and permits. Anyone convicted of a fisheries offence and / or been refused a season ticket by the company will not be permitted a day ticket, so need not apply*
The River Faughan Anglers Ltd manages the fishing of Salmon and Trout on the tidal and inland freshwaters of the River Faughan and its tributaries.
Situated within easy reach of the historic City of Derry/Londonderry anglers may pursue their fishing amid some of the most beautiful scenery in Ireland. The Faughan rises on the Eastern slopes of Sawel mountain, the highest peak of the Sperrins, flowing some 20 odd miles from its source, Poll an Iolair (The Eagle's Pool) to Lough Foyle.
The Faughan is a medium sized spate river, in its upper reaches it is fast flowing, with streams, gravel fords and pools the predominant features. As it descends the river slows as it passes through agricultural land, until it reaches Campsie, where there is a large dam, which is used to extract water for the nearby water treatment works. This dam known locally as "The Gates" slows the flow right down, and provides sufficient depth to hold large numbers of fish throughout the year. Below the impoundment the river is tidal and relatively shallow until Campsie Bridge above which there is deeper holding water, and from the bridge downstream the river features a series of deep bends and flats all of which are capable of holding salmon and trout.
Anglers should be in possession of a valid Foyle Area licence and a Faughan ticket / permit whilst fishing.
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