More beats added today on FishPal, Ireland

Anglers are spoilt for choice when it comes to Ireland, whatever their discipline.

The beautiful River Bann provides the perfect experience for every angler. Northern Ireland’s outstandingly beautiful Causeway Coast can offer the angler some excellent fishing for a variety of fish species at very different venues. Highly prized Atlantic salmon can be caught from the prime beats of the lower River Bann as well as from some smaller rivers like the Roe, the Agivey and the River Bush where the famous Irish whiskey is made. There is also extremely good wild brown trout fishing on these rivers especially the Bann and the Agivey ….more beats have now been added to FishPal Ireland….read more

The Foyle river system is extensive and provides approximately 900 miles of prime salmon, sea trout and trout fishing. Situated in the north-west region of Northern Ireland the Foyle system is one of Ireland’s most prolific grilse and summer salmon fisheries with the peak months being June and July. The River Foyle is one of the top salmon producing rivers in Ireland…more beats have now been added to FishPal Ireland…read more

If you would like to add your fishing to the FishPal Ireland site please contact the FishPal offices on 01573 470612 or alternatively speak to our Irish consultant Mr Stevie Munn.

 

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