Fishing in the West of Ireland

Fishing in Annageeragh River

Salt water angling

There's enough water around to make the fisherman happy:

  • Shannon Estuary
    is great for Coarse angling - Pike, Roach,Bream and Tench. Find Tope, Dogfish, Ling, Conger, Skate, Rays in the Shannon Estuary
  • Atlantic
    The coastline offers lots of possibilities for pier, beach and cliff fishing for Bass, Plaice, Flounder, and Turbot. Sea angling for Pollock, Cod, Mackerel, Warsse, Shark and Conger.
  • Doonbeg Bay
    for: salmon, bass, mullett & sea trout
    where: from N67 turn off at the church in Doonbeg in direction of White Strand. Bay is after 1 km to the right

Fishing Lakes & Rivers in the West of County Clare

  • Kilkee Reservoir
    for: brown & rainbow trout
    where: N67 Kilkee to Doonbeg, 1,5 km from Kilkee on the right side of the road
  • Doonbeg River
    for: salmon, sea & brown trout
    where: N67 at the bridge in Doonbeg village and at various other locations
  • Annageragh River
    for: salmon, sea & brown trout
    where: N67 at the bridge in Craggaknock between Doonbeg and Mullagh
  • Doolough Lake
    for: brown & sea trout
    where: from N67 turn off for Mullagh follow road through Mullagh in direction to Ennis lake is on the right side after 5 km
  • Knockalough Lake
    for: brown & rainbow trout
    where: N68 turn off in direction to Kilmihill, lake is after 1 km on the left side
  • Achryane Lake
    for: brown trout
    where: at N68 3 km after Lissycasey on the Kilrush Road
  • Knockerra Lake
    for: brown & rainbow trout
    where: N68 from Kilrush on the Ennis road, turn right after 5 km, then left at next intersection. Lake is on the left side
  • Poulnasherry Bay
    for: sea trout, bass, mullet, thornback ray & other bottom fish
    where: at N68 between Kilkee and Kilrush at Moyasta
  • Lake Naminno
    for: brown & rainbow trout, wild trout
    where: between Cree and Kilmaley
  • Cloon River
    for: sea trout, brown trout, salmon
    where: at the bridge in Cranny and various other locations

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