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Cavan fishing mostly well across a number of venues

July 27th, 2017 | by

Alice Murtagh from Inland Fisheries Ireland’s office in Corlesmore, Co. Cavan tells us about fishing in the area:

A few anglers who fished the Carrigallen area reported that fishing was a bit slow in the past few days, most likely due to the bright weather conditions.

Good fishing at Church View, Belturbet, Co. Cavan

Good fishing at Church View, Belturbet, Co. Cavan

However, fishing on Dereskit proved to be quite decent. Good Rudd and Roach were caught between St Johns and Kiltybarden while Lock Five on Canal at Ballinamore is fishing very well.

Good reports of sizeable bags of fish on Derrycassan also.

All areas in Cootehill are reported to have good fishing, including Drumlona, Killyvaughan, Bairds Shore and the Dromore River with plenty of Bream, Tench, Roach and Perch.

Kieran Lee with a 4 1/2 lb trout caught on Lough Gowna.

Kieran Lee with a 4 1/2 lb trout caught on Lough Gowna.

Kevin’s Shore, Gulladoo, Rockfield and Tully are reported to be fishing well with repeated pre baiting.

Anglers should also note that there will be a competition on Garty Lough on Sunday, 6th August 2017 for the 3 Province Festival.


This post is in: Co. Cavan, Coarse angling reports, Cootehill