Trout fishing in Cork

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

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

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River Lee

This salmon fishery is located between Cork City and the dam at Inniscarra (9 miles). The fishery is run by the ESB (Electricity Supply Board) and an ESB permit is required. There is a fair run of fish with a very good grilse run dependent on water. All legal angling methods are allowed subject to the rules of the particular fisheries. Rod catches were 492 salmon for 2005 and 526 for 2006. The season runs from February until September with the best time of year from June to September.

This prolific river drains a catchment of 484 square miles of which much is taken up by two large reservoirs. Salmon Angling is confined to an 8 mile stretch from Inniscarra dam to Cork city. Catch statistics give an annual figure of around 800 fish per season falling to the Angler.

Map of River Lee

Season

Salmon, 1st February to 30th September.

Brown Trout, 15th February to 12th October.

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