Trout fishing in Cork

  1. Munster Backwater
  2. River Lee
  3. River Bandon
  4. River Arigideen
  5. Sullane River

Trout fishing in Kerry

  1. River Blackwater
  2. Waterville Lakes and System
  3. Caragh Lakes and System
  4. Laune, Flesk and Killarney Lakes

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Bye-law 897 of 2012 prohibits the use of any fish hooks, other than single barbless hooks, and the use of worms as bait in angling for all species of fish in the waters specified and revokes both Angling Bye-law No. 888, 2011 and Eastern Fisheries Region (Angling) Bye-law No. 824, 2007. The list of waters this bye law applies to is available at the following link: ANGLING BYE-LAW NO. 897, 2012 [.pdf, 19 KB]

River Arigideen

This lovely river drains a catchment of 56 square miles and is primarily a Sea-Trout river but gets the occasional Salmon and Grilse during the Angling season.

Disabled angler access is available at Inchy Bridge.

Season - Salmon, 15th February to 30th September.
Sea-Trout, 15th February to 12th October.

Contacts – Arigideen anglers Association, South West Regional Fisheries Board.