Fly Fishing in Cork

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Fly Fishing in Cork
       
 

Fishing in Cork

Fishing in Cork

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Argideen River
(Salmon, Sea Trout & Brown Trout)
Argideen translated from Irish means Little Silver Stream. The river has one of the best wild, naturally reproducing stocks of salmon and sea-trout in the south-west of Ireland.

The river Argideen flows fourteen miles to the estuary at Timoleague and joins the sea at the renowned fishing village of Courtmacsherry. The Argideen is an acid river, draining peat bogs and marsh land north-west of Clonakilty.

River Lee
(Salmon, Sea Trout & Brown Trout)
The Lee (Irish: An Laoi) is a river in County Cork, Ireland. It rises in the Shehy Mountains on the western border of County Cork and flows eastwards through Cork City, where it splits in two for a short distance and empties into the Celtic Sea at Cork Harbour on the south coast, one of the largest natural harbours in the world.

A hydro-electric dam was built on the river (ESB Dam), upstream from Cork City, and this part of the river now contains the Carrigadrohid and Inniscarra reservoirs. It is crossed by more than 20 bridges. The river also provides a 5 mile stretch of salmon fishing as far as the ESB dam.

River Ilen
(Salmon, Sea Trout & Brown Trout)
The River Ilen is a medium sized Salmonoid spate river flowing through some of the most beautiful scenery in West Cork. It is nearly 21 miles long, rising 1600 ft. above sea-level at Mallagmaska. Its catchment area is 116.5 square miles, encompassing five principal tributaries - The Saivnose, Coarliss, Achrinduff, Glounaphuca and Clodagh. The soil in the area is mainly peat/acid on sandstone rock with some limestone outcrops.

 
       
 

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