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Glentenassig is an outdoor enthusiasts dreamland with over 450 hectares of woodland, mountain, lake and peatland to explore.  To reach it the visitor must step off the beaten track, travel up the valley and feel the remoteness of the mountains. There are two lakes in Glentenassig, both of which have brown & rainbow trout making this the perfect place to fish, pass a day & relax.


The diverse nature of the coastline and Ireland’s unique geographical position, on the edge of the European continental shelf, where the inshore waters are warmed by the North Atlantic Drift means that the native marine life is extremely rich and varied.  The coastal waters of Ireland abound with fish and visiting sports fishermen can expect something in the region of 80 species to aim at, so anything from a blenny of a few grams to a sixgilled shark of over 400 kg can be expected.  The area is a Paradise for anglers.Cod, pollock, ling, various species of dog fish, mackerel, turbot, skate, bass and shark may be caught off the coast if you charter a boat whilst, Cappagh and Fermoyle strands are the perfect venue for the beach caster. There is an abundant supply and variety of bait available in the area.

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Lough Gill is located just outside Castlegregory in County Kerry and holds a good stock of brown trout averaging 0.5lb. The fishing is regarded as free and a boat is necessary to fish the lough. Fish species in Lough Gill include three-spined stickleback, sand goby, brown trout, flounder and the critically endangered European eel.

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This river is located in a very scenic valley on the Dingle Peninsula and gets a fair run of fish depending on water levels. The magnificent valley set between the Mount Brandon range and the famed Conor Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland provides unsurpassed game fishing for wild salmon and sea trout in the Owenmore river and lakes.


Located a short 20 minutes from Anchor Caravan Park, Brandon Pier is stunning pier where you can fish for bass, cod, mackerel , flounder, thornback ray, sea trout and whiting. If you get thirsty or need a break from fishing, you can pop into Murphy's Bar which overlooks the pier.   

Families spend countless days of fun fishing off Brandon Pier. During the warmer temperatures of the summer months large shoals of mackerel appear. They will bite at the slightest bit of bait, meaning little tackle or experience is needed for the entire family to enjoy.

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