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The ACI is affiliated to the Irish Sports Council and has become the recognised umbrella organization for the five disciplines of angling at national level.
Website of the Bective Angling Club on the River Boyne. No day tickets.
Courtown Harbour Sea Angling Association is a Sea Fishing Club that was formed in 2007 by a hand full of local fishermen and has steadily grown too over forty seniors members.
Culdaff Sea Angling Club is based in the picturesque peninsula of Inishowen in north Donegal. The club fishes both shore and boat competitions. Fishing takes place on beaches from Lough Foyle to Lough Swilly and boat fishing effort is concentrated on the many WWII wrecks littering the seabed off Malin Head and around Inishtrahull Island over mixed seabed types for species such as pollack, coalies, wrasse, gurnard, turbot, ling, dogfish, whiting and cod. Culdaff is renowned for its wreck fishing and its large packs of male tope that hunt in Inishtrahull Sound between Ireland’s most northerly Island and Banba’s Crown at Malin Head its most northerly landmark.
The Dee and Glyde Fishing Development Association was setup over 50 years ago to preserve and improve fishing facilities for our members & visiting anglers on the Rivers Dee & Glyde in Co. Louth which offers excellent Salmon and Sea Trout fishing.
FISSTA is the Federation of Irish Salmon and Sea-Trout Anglers.
We are an alliance of anglers, formed to address the many issues confronting the sport of Angling in Ireland today.
The Irish Federation of Sea Anglers is the overseeing body for all fishing in Ireland.
The Howth Sea Angling Club was formed in 1970 and since then, it has developed into one of the foremost Angling Clubs in Ireland. Howth is situated on the northside of Dublin. It is well served by bus and is the northern terminus of the dart rail system. The Howth Angling Centre is located on the West Pier, just around the corner from the dart station.
Kilmore Sea Angling Club is the oldest angling club in County Wexford. This page is displayed purely for the benefit of all those interested in fishing or are thinking of taking up fishing as a Sport or just a hobby.
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Galway’s newest Sea Angling Club… Dedicated to bringing you the best fishing Galway has to offer from Shore and Boat… for more information drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gormanston & District Anglers Club is Dublin’s largest all year fishery. Primarily promoting fly fishing. The club is based in the village of Balrothery, South of Balbriggan in North County Dublin. We control the rights to both the Wavin Lake which is an all year fishery containing rainbow trout and the Delvin River which contains brown trout and sea trout.
Kells Anglers Association is one of the oldest clubs in the country having been in existence since 1893.
Kilkee is situated in County Clare on the West Coast of Ireland. Our site contains weather and tide information for the Kilkee area also water safety information and club regulations.
Laune Salmon & Trout Anglers’ Association has launched a new Web Site which will be most helpful and informative for anglers who seek salmon or trout fishing on our waters or on Beat Three of the Laune State Fishery.
LDAA has been involved in angling in Limerick since the 1930’s and play a vital role in the promotion and management of fisheries in Limerick City and County and also East Clare.
The Lough Derg Anglers Association aims to improve and maintain Lough Derg as a game and course angling water for local and visiting anglers.
This site has been set up for the provision of information about lough Glore and the lough Glore angling club. Lough Glore is situated approx.2.5 miles outside of Castlepollard on the Oldcastle road. It has good stock of brown trout in the two pound range. There is also a good stock of pike and some large specimens have been recorded in recent years.
The official web site of Lough Sheelin Trout Protection Association,the web site includes news,history,gallery etc.
The association controls fishing on parts of the rivers Barrow, Slate and Figile(Black river). The association also uses the Grand Canal for some activities. Click on association waters for details. The main species of fish are trout, pike,bream,roach,tench,perch and eel.
The River Blackwater is renowned for its wild brown trout fishing Running through picturesque country side its tree sheltered banks and gentle streams provide an idyllic setting for the trout angler.
The club, based in Milford, a hub for sea, lake and river fishing in the North West of Donegal, in one of the most beautiful counties in Ireland, has a lot to offer.The club offers all that is required in the art of fly fishing, from rods, reels, boat-hire to know-how.Fly fishing for wild brown trout is truly a sport and very much an art. We can help you with both.
NARA is the National Anglers Representative Association. This is a totally free and independent body representing affiliated legitmate, Game Angling clubs – salmon, trout and sea trout.
The Navan & District Anglers have over six miles of prime wild brown trout fishing. A trout over 5lb is a real possibility! The majority of trout fishing is done by fly with dry fly being the most popular. Some large brown trout were caught by Salmon anglers spinning and even have been taken on salmon flies in the past.
The National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland is the governing body for all coarse angling in the whole of Ireland, North & South, and covers clubs and individual members.
Oughterard Anglers and Boatmen’s Association is the one of oldest trout angling clubs in Ireland, dating back over a hundred years. Through the course of time Oughterard Anglers have been to the fore in the protection of Lough Corrib and the Owenriff River, which runs through Oughterard before flowing out into the lake.
Rinn-Shannon & District angling Club, based in South Leitrim, was established primarily to promote local angling and provide a social network for anglers in the surrounding locality. R.S.D.A.C organise many high profile angling events throughout the year and are responsible for the ongoing management of Lough Rowan Brown Trout fishery based outside Mohill County Leitrim.
RAI was established by the major national angling organisations in Ireland, who came together to examine if it was possible for them to work in the future on common objectives and issues.
Salmon and Sea trout fishing, River Ilen, Skibbereen, Co Cork, Ireland. Daily and Weekly Visitors permits. Excellent fly fishing at night for Sea trout.
Website for the River Maine and Brown Flesh Anglers Association in Co. Kerry
The Rossin Slane & District Angling Club has approximately 3 miles of fishing on the River Boyne located between Slane and Oldbridge.
Rossmore Coarse Angling Club is affiliated with the Irish Federation of Pike Angling Clubs and the National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland. Alongwith a busy calender of events the club is also involved with the development of coarse angling waters in the Monaghan area.
Shark fishing is Ireland’s big game angling and for those of us ‘hooked’ on it, nothing else can compare for excitement and satisfaction.
Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club has its headquarters at Fenit harbour – our clubhouse overlooks Fenit Marina. We are a community based angling club with a busy programme of competetive events throughout the year. We stage open and closed boat and shore competitions at venues from the Shannon to Valentia – including of course Tralee Bay.
Our fishery, which includes the Trimblestown river, runs on the Boyne from Scarriff Bridge down past Trim as far as Rathnally, where it joins up with the Bective waters.
Families at the Waterworks Fishing Club operates the top pond of the Waterworks as a catch and release trout fishery, by agreement with Belfast City Council. Families at the Waterworks was founded in 2001 and is a cross community club, committed to participating in the ongoing regeneration of the Waterworks and surrounding neighbourhoods.
An active trout fishing club on the three reservoirs serving Waterford. The Club has open membership. Day tickets are availble from Centra in Kilmeaden. Tuition provided to junior members.
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