Carrigallen is set among lakes that form part of the great Erne system and here the angler is ideally positioned to explore some of the richest waters of the region that spread out across three counties yet within a 3-mile radius. In fact there are no less than 14 first class waters within this 3-mile radius.
The largest lake in the Carrigallen area divided in two halves with a short connecting river channel
The Upper and Lower Lakes produce consistent fishing for Bream, Roach, Rudd, Pike, Perch, and Eels. Tench have begun to appear regularly in some swims in the Upper Lake.
Both lakes are now regular venues for the King of Clubs.
The Town Lake
Easily accessible with lakeside car park, holds Bream, Roach, Rudd Tench, Pike, Perch, and Eels.
Gangin & Mosey Lakes
On the outskirts of the town. Fishing from stands for Bream, Roach, Rudd ,Pike, Perch, and Eels.
Tully and Beaghmore Lakes
Rudd/Bream Hybrids are a feature in the twin lakes, reaching up to 5lbs in weight. Tully also yields significant catches of Bream and Roach.
Easy access with lakeside car park. Fishing from bank for, Bream, Roach, Rudd ,Pike, Perch, and Eels.
Access via private and forestry road with waterside car parking to a 30-peg match length. Bank fishing for Bream, Roach, Hybrids, Perch, Pike and some Tench.
Bait and boats are available locally.