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Moycullen

The Moycullen lakes range in size from 6 to 400 acres. The Western Regional Fisheries Board has developed a number of them to incorporate quality fishing stands, stiles and foot bridges.

Two stands were specially built for disabled anglers along Oliver's Shore at Ballyquirke Lake and one at Ross Lake. With the newly created facilities there are now several hundred "swims" available at the lakes.

These lakes are also good for pike, many fish weighing over 20 lb. Pike to 30 lb have been caught in the past on Ballyquirke Lake.

This map shows the Moycullen lakes where the angler can enjoy some excellent fishing for roach, bream and pike. All the lakes have directional signs and there are detailed access maps available from the Western Regional Fisheries Board