Rockfield Lough, 38 hectares, is a medium sized water located approximately 4km east of Carrigallen off the R201. There is good access from the lakeside road to waterside swims. Rockfield contains good stocks of small to medium sized pike but larger fish are known to be present. The secluded bays at the northern and western extremities of the lake provide excellent angling opportunities pre and post spawning. The deeper water is located at the southern end of the lake with depths in excess of 7m being recorded. This water is reed fringed on the western shore and access is difficult. The best access is from the eastern shoreline and boats can be launched from the lakeside car park. The proximity of roadside access to the water's edge means that this venue is suitable for anglers with reduced mobility.