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Angling Guide – Cootehill, Ballybay, Shercock, Clones

1. River Finn, Annies Bridge – slow moving for bream, roach, some rudd, hybrids, perch, pike, eels.
3. Annaghmakerrig Lake – set in a forest, the best fishing is along the right bank. The margin is shallow but as a short cast out there is 12 – 16 feet. Roach-bream hybrids, roach, some bream, perch, pike, eels.
4. Drumgole Lake – fishing on bank opposite road. Bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
5. Drum Lake – few swims at car-park. Rudd, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
6. Drumshiel Lake – a small lake, with good bream, roach, hybrids, some tench, perch, pike.
7. Killycreeny Lake – small sheltered lake for bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
8. White Lake – easy access from road. Roach, some tench, perch, pike.
9. River Annalee, Corrick Bridge – this section of the river has some short stretches with roach, small bream, hybrids, perch, some pike.
10. Laragh River – this is a game fishing water which is controlled by the Laragh A.C.
11. Dromore River, New Bridge – beside the Newbliss/Rockcorry road from Cootehill. Slow moving water in a forest area. Roach, bream hybrids, perch, pike, eels. Access to the fishing waters indicated in this immediate area, Inner Lake, Coragh Lake, Town Lake, Wood Lake are on private property. As these waters are bordered by Bellamont estate property anglers should enquire locally before attempting to fish.
12. Drumlona Lake – As these waters are bordered by Bellamont estate property anglers should enquire locally before attempting to fish.
13. Dung Lake – small lake with rudd, roach, hybrids, perch.
14. Killyvaghan Lake – car park at bridge and access along high path. Fishing under hill. Bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
15. Dromore River, Ballynascarva Bridge – above bridge there is a food pool for bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
16. Lisnalong Lake – parking along main road. Tench, bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
17. Corravoo Lake – fishing from stands for bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
18. Mullanary Lake and Corkeeran Lake – both lakes are beside the Cootehill/Ballybay road. There are limited swims mostly for roach, some bream, hybrids, perch, pike.
19. Baird’s Shore (White Lake) – a low bank here, has a depth of 8 – 12 feet at a cast. Good bream, with roach, hybrids, pike, perch.
20. Derryvalley Lake – this small lake holds some small tench with roach, perch.
21. Dromore River Lakes – there are a series of reeded lakes which form part of the river a short distance from Ballybay beside the Clones road (A) Convent – Corries, (B) McCabe – Aikens, (C) Rectory, (D) Wilsons – Coolderry. In this area you will find bream, roach, hybrids, some tench, pike, eels.
22. Lough Major – in Ballybay with easy access this good water holds bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike, eels.
23. Tonyscallan Lake – this lake beside the Ballyby/Castleblaney road at Doohamlat is sometimes called Dernaglug Lake. Bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike, eels.
24. Corlatt lake, Shantonagh Lake – there series of lakes drain into the Knappagh River and the River Annalee. The lakes hold roach, perch, pike. There is some trout fishing in the Knappagh River where the waters are controlled by the Bawn A.C.
25. Steepleton’s Lake – in Shercock, this small lake has some tench, roach, hybrids, perch.
25. Muddy Lake – roach, bream, some tench, perch, pike.
26. Corraghy Lake – roach, perch, pike.
27. Sillan Lake – this big lake has roach fishing along the caravan park area. At Annaghfarney on the western side, there are roach hybrids, perch and pike. The lake holds some bream only and also some brown trout.
28. Barnagrove Lake – this lake has several sections which produce bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike, eels.
29. Lough Tacker – in this water there is a fair stock of roach, hybrids, some bream, perch, pike.
30. Moyduff Lake – a brown trout water which is controlled by the Northern Regional Fisheries Board.
31. Killyrue Lake – bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike.
32. Corraneary Lake (Church Lake) – a good bream water with access from the church side and also opposite. Bream, roach, hybrids, perch, pike, eels.

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