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Angling - Coarse Fishing in the Fermanagh Lakelands

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Fermanagh is renowned for its world famous fishing. With over 300 square miles of water, the Lakelands are an angler's paradise

With its abundance of Loughs and Rivers, our waters offer game anglers the opportunity to fish for salmon and wild brown trout as well as stocked rainbow and brown trout. The famous sonaghan, ferox and gillaroo can also be found in these diverse waters.

The Coarse angler will find some of the finest fishing available in Europe, with bream, roach and hybrids in abundance as well as perch and tench. Add to this pike fishing that is second to none - whether seeking to catch them on fly or in a more traditional manner and the region offers all anglers wonderful opportunities.

There is no close season for the coarse fisherman and it is possible for the game angler to fish during all twelve months as our designated rainbow fisheries remain open all year round.

There are many popular Loughs, rivers and fisheries that are easily accessed by visitors. Lough Erne & Lough Melvin being the more well known.

For more information re. angling in the Fermanagh Lakelands see http://www.fermanaghlakelands.com/Angling-A386

Footage created by DAERA Inland Fisheries in association with Fermanagh & Omagh District Council, Waterways Ireland, local business, land owners and the angling community.

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