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There are eight beats on the Shannon Salmon Fishery. Each beat is approximately half a mile long and fishes three rods. A controlled flow of water is maintained from the Parteen dam, which is situated three miles upstream of the fishery, this means that the water level never runs too low.

All legitimate fishing methods are allowed with the exception of Shrimp. A 14ft.double-handed rod is advised but a grilse rod will suffice on some of the beats. The fishing season opens on the 1st February and ends on the 30th September. The fishery usually gets a few big Spring Salmon in Feb and March. April and May brings a good run of fish averaging 10-12lbs. These are known locally as “April flyers”. The peak of the fishing is from mid-May through to the end of July, this is the time of the main Grilse run on the river. Salmon will rest in some of the large pools throughout the season. In suitable conditions goof sport can be had right up to the end of the season.

Types of Fish in the Area:

Salmon – Limericks waters include such famous Salmon Rivers as the River Shannon, the Mulcair and the River Fergus.

Trout – The Trout fishing rivers and lakes we recommend, offer fly fishing and spinning from easily accessible banks or boats.

Pike – The River Shannon, its largest lake Lough Derg, and the numerous rivers in County Clare provide unrivalled Pike Fishing from bank & boat. Our Angling manager will arrange a local Guide with a thorough knowledge of local Pike fishing.

Special Angling Outings

We specialise in Fun & Friendly angling trips and enjoy teaching individuals and groups the fine art of fishing.

A fun fishing outing, whether for a morning or a full day can provide an enjoyable diversion for a business executive or conference delegate. We can provide everything you need for a great time.