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Why fish the river Rhee

The river


The River Rhee, also known as the Rhee River, is a relatively short river in Northern Ireland. It flows for approximately 8 miles (13 kilometers) before joining the River Bann near Portadown in County Armagh. While it may not be one of the longest rivers in the region, the River Rhee still offers opportunities for fishing and outdoor recreation in its scenic surroundings.

The fishing 

Fishing on the River Rhee offers a serene escape amidst County Armagh's scenic landscapes. Despite its short length, the river hosts healthy populations of brown trout and occasional salmon, providing ample fishing opportunities. Its gentle flow and picturesque surroundings create a peaceful ambiance, perfect for relaxation and connection with nature. Anglers can enjoy diverse fishing challenges and habitats along its banks. Accessible from nearby roads, the River Rhee welcomes anglers of all levels to enjoy a tranquil day of fishing in a beautiful setting.

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