This small lake is located upstream of Hollybank Lake and is accessed from the Aughnacliffe road. It contains good stocks of small to medium sized pike and is also noted for its catches of roach and bream. Bank fishing is from stands which can be accessed from the car park at the southern end of the lake via the footpath. Boat fishing is difficult but this manageable water could be easily accessed by float tube.
Corlisbratten Lough is a small 5 hectare mixed fishery located directly north of Arvagh. It contains good stocks of small to medium sized pike and is also noted for its catches of adult and skimmer bream. It is easily accessible from the road and stiles and stands are provided on this water. Bank fishing is generally confined to the stands but there is some limited bank space around the lake. Boat fishing is not recommended but this water could be easily accessed by float tube.
White Lough (Cornafean)
This small 4 hectare water is located 8km east of Arvagh and has easy access from a lakeside car park. The lake is noted for good catches of small to medium sized pike and is popular with many continental visitors. Bank fishing is from stands located on the northern part of the lake and there is also some limited bank space on the southern shore. The lake is reed fringed and has a wooded island at its eastern end. Launching a small boat from the car park is possible but a float tube would be equally effective.
This 8 hectare water is located 8km east of Arvagh and is reached by a cul-de-sac laneway opposite the car parking area at White Lough. Access to the lakeshore is through a farmyard and permission should be sought. Bank fishing is possible from the eastern shore but launching a boat is not possible. The water produces catches of small to medium sized pike and is lightly fished.