Where to Fish in Southern Ireland - Galway

The Southern Ireland Where to Fish A to Z


Galway

Ballynahinch River

Ballynahinch Castle


Have fishing on the Ballynahinch river and Loughs Inagh, Derryclare and Lough Ballynahinch. The river, at just 2.5 miles long, drains a number of loughs and is divided into 7 salmon beats and 4 sea trout beats. They have worked like beavers on this short river installing 72 casting platform, styles and footbridges. Contact: Ballynahinch Castle & River Fishery, Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland. Call +353 95 31006. Google Map Reference 53.460279, -9.862718

Bunowen Shannon Fisheries Board


Water holding brown trout averaging about 1lb. the fishing is fly only above Ahascragh Bridge. Google Map Reference 53.395910, -8.338108

Delhpi Fishery


This famous west coast salmon fishery offers fishing on the river and lough on a daily rotation, maximum 12 rods per day. 10 year average 538 fish approximately 50:50 river and lough. Costs, 1800 euros for 7 night including fishing accommodation and all meals, government license and ghillie are extra. call +353 95 42222. Google Map Reference 53.632850, -9.747389

Killian River


Covered by the Shannon Fisheries Board permit the river ha good stocks of trout in the half to three quarters of a pound range (size limit 10", max bag 6 fish).

Kylemore Salmon Fishing


On this west coast fishery which has a very goodend run call, Nigel Rush on 00353 95 41178. Google Map Reference 53.561413, -9.890879