This Southern Bay has a long coastline with a wide array of fishing experiences. Here you will enjoy catching various types of fish such as the conger, pollock, cod, ray, wrasse, stake monk, as well as the big bluefin tuna. You can also enjoy a more trilling angling experience as you hunt for blue sharks.
This is one of the most outstanding wild trout limestone lakes in Europe which offers high quality trout angling. It has loads of lakes which include Mask, Lough Corrib, Carra, Cullin, and Conn. Since these lakes are alkaline in nature, they have a high population of the wild trout, pikes, and salmon.
This river offers lots of wild trout with enthralling fly fishing. It is a popular destination for fishing travellers because it is richly endowed with marine life. If you're looking for excellent sport fishing, river Boyne is ideal, especially from June when salmon flock to the river. Since it is located in the valley of Boyne and surrounded by steep fields and swampy meadows, it offers scenic views to compliment your fishing escapades.
Found at the foot of the Coomcallee mountains in the South western part of Ireland, it provides an amazing opportunity for fly fishing. Head to Waterville for a wholesome fishing experience as you catch salmon, sea trout, and the brown trout in the numerous rivers and lakes. Waterville also provides you with an inspiring opportunity to learn and enjoy bass fishing, as you hunt for the bass fish around the Ring of Kerry.
Having fascinating reefs and banks, Galway offers lots of catches, such as shark, conger, tope, ling ray, pollach, and cod for all anglers whether novices or experienced. Here you also get to enjoy deep sea fishing, which provides scenic views of the beautiful Ireland West coast, as well as its stunning surrounding islands.