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Dromineer Angling Centre















Dromineer is  located on the eastern shores of Lough Derg about 8 kms from Nenagh. It is approximately 36 kms from Limerick City and 54 kms from Shannon Airport.


This is a good base for the Pike angler who would like to explore the vast waters of Lough Derg's southern shores. Coarse angling is also possible for mainly bream.

Youghal and Barrack Bays are noted Pike fishing areas around Dromineer village and well worth a bit of effort to catch Pike up to 20lb+. For the Coarse angler there are a few locations where shore fishing is possible. Extensive shoals of large Bream abound the waters here and 100+lbs bags are not uncommon, once shoals are encountered. The harbour at the Sailing Club, the 'Beach' and the mouth of the Nenagh River will all offer shore fishing possibilities. There are many shore venues in virtually hidden areas on the lake for the more adventurous angler willing to do a bit of exploration. A boat equipped with fish finder is advisable in locating the shoals of bream. Your local accommodation hosts and service providers will provide all the assistance and advice you will need.  There is a Slipway where boats may be launched at Dromineer if you are planning on bringing your own boat.



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