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    The Avoca River – trout fishing


    The Avoca River rises at the foot of the Wicklow mountains and flows in a south easterly direction through a spectacular landscape for approximately 35 miles before entering the Irish Sea at Arklow. In its upper reaches it is made up of the major tributaries of the Avonmore and Avonbeg Rivers. The Avoca river proper starts at the meeting of the waters 1.5 miles upstream of Avoca and is joined in its lower reaches by the Aughrim River.