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    The River Duff (or Bunduff)

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    Season

    Catch and Release for 2024

    • Salmon and sea trout from 1st April to 30th September inclusive
    • Use of any fish hooks, other than single or double barbless hooks is prohibited.
    • Use of worms as bait in angling for all species of fish is prohibited.
    • There is no spinning allowed in the Fall’s Pool

    The Duff (or Bunduff) flows for 14 miles from the Glenade valley to the sea.
    It is joined by the Ballanaghtrillick River, which runs out of the Horseshoe Pass. The bottom 3 ½ miles is most fished. This is a prolific little spate river for salmon. The Duff gets a good run of summer salmon and grilse. With good water levels it can fish through to the end of September.

    The Duff is a spate river that can fish very well given the right conditions, especially after a freshet.  Once a flood has let fish run the falls there is some good fishing available above the falls and also some good water upstream of the main road bridge. Anything between 300 and 500 salmon are caught in a season.

    The river is open from 7.30am to 9.30pm

    All legitimate methods are allowed but spinning is prohibited in low water.

    Permit

    Anglers must be in possession of a permit before entering onto the fishery. Permits are available as Season Permits at €200 each or Day Permits at €20. These cover both banks (Classiebawn Fishery and Devins’s Fishery).

    Available from:

    • Tommy Devins, Bunduff, Co. Leitrim Tel: +353 86 8135429.

    Salmon licences are available from:

    • IFI Ballyshannon, Station road, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal.