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Upper Caragh Fishery off the mark for 2022


Mike O’Shea of the Upper Caragh fishery in Kerry reported their first fish of 2022 last Thursday afternoon – a lovely fresh fish from pool 6 which he released to continue its journey upstream. There have been one or two fresh fish reported since, with fewer kelts turning up now after the floods pushed them back down towards the lough. The best of the spring fishing on the river will be from now until near the end of March, so keep an eye on the water levels and get in touch with Mike to get on the river.

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The Upper Caragh Fishery is a very well-developed fishery. It has fantastic access with stiles and footbridges along the full length of the fishery.  It has well maintained banks and anglers’ huts are provided on many of the beats. The Upper River Caragh can be fished from both boat and bank. Fishing is also available on Cloon Lough and the fishery provides access for anglers with reduced mobility. Boats for hire and guide services are available at the fishery.

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