ANGLING ADVENTURES IRELAND

Specialises in light tackle sport fishing and uses different equipment and techniques depending on the needs or desires of our clients.
We supply all the things needed to make sure you are using the "right tool for the job" whether it be fly casting, spinning, and rod casting.

Instruction starts at 1100AM and last 4 1/2 hours.

All our trips include instruction, lures, flies or bait, we also arrange souvenir photos at your request.
We also arrange alternative trips to destinations throughout the province.
Your reservation is confirmed on receipt of a £30.00 deposit.
All trips include instruction if needed, equipment, flies and bait.

You are responsible for your fishing license

&
correct clothing for the weather conditions
.

To make a reservation or booking call Ian on
07874 999 236
or email
iangamble@btinternet.com

The Rivers

The River Finn
The River Finn rises in Lough Finn in Co. Donegal and flows East through a deep Mountain valley to Ballybofey.
The Finn is 40 miles long and together with its tributary the Reelan River, drains a catchment area of 195 square miles.
The upper reaches of the Reelan and the River Finn are fast and spaty downstream to Ballybofey and can give excellent sport with the fly when the conditions are right.
From Ballybofey downstream the river becomes deep and less spaty, thought here is a mile of nice fly water at Killygordon. 
In all there is more than 25 miles of salmon fishing on the river from Flushtown right up to Bellanmore Bridge and part of the Reelan too.
There is good Sea Trout fishing at Liscooley and Killygordan and from Ballybofey to Bellanamore Bridge. 

The River Mourne

The River Mourne, flowing from the Derg Junction to Strabane, is part of the Foyle Fishery System. It is believed to be one of the
best salmon rivers in Northern Europe, it is on a par with the Rivers Moy and Blackwater in Ireland and River Tweed, Scotland.
The official fish counter located five miles down stream recorded 16,000 fish passing through it in 2004,
most of these fish head through the Abercorn water to their spawning grounds upstream

The River Faughan
The river Faughan is located in the Northwest of Ireland. River Faughan Anglers Ltd lease the fishing rights of tributaries and main river,
a 30 mile stretch of water divided into two sections, approx 2m tidal and 28m freshwater, situated between Londonderry and Claudy.
Both sections are productive of sea trout and salmon

The River Moy
Has long been famous as Ireland's premier salmon river and it offers a wide variety of quality angling to suit all tastes and budgets.
Most of the main Moy channel, and some of its larger tributaries provide excellent spring salmon and grilse fishingwith both fly and bait.
Sea trout are also abundant in the Moy and the dry fly fishing for brown trout can also be excellent.
Specimen pike are also present in some of the many lakes within the Moy catchment, which contains such a wide range of aquatic habitats.
The main Moy channel is deep and up to forty meters wide in the middie and lower reaches. Huge numhers of salmon are landed here each season.
The average annual salmon rod catch on the Moy over the last ten years is a staggering 7,362 fish.
The famous Ridge Pool alone has produced up to 2,660 salmon to rod and line in a single season.

The River Roe
Fl
ows north by Limavady to enter the Foyle estuary on the north eastern corner of the Foyle Area.
The Roe River is a medium sized river (5.20m) spate river with fine runs of sea trout and salmon there is plenty of good fly water
with spinning and worm also permitted. Sea trout fishing is best in July and August and Salmon from August to the end of the season.
The Roe Angling Association hold the majority of the fishing rights but DARD (Department of Agriculture and Rural Development)
control a section which runs flows through the Roe Valley country park. (A DARD permit is required) A Loughs
Agency licence is also required and a 4 bag limit is in force
.

The River Owenkillew
The Owenkillew is an excellent grade 2 river with a grade 3 rapid at the gorge.
There is a new weir just after the gorge, which although not large is very dangerous due to the anti-scour lip on it.
It is recommended to portage this weir.

The River Blackwater
The Blackwater has a very large catchment area and generally holds water levels longer than many other rivers.
Above Benburb the river is very sinuous and there are a number of small weirs and rapids.
Benburb has 4 main weirs which can be a very serious

The River Strule
The Strule is an excellent river within the Foyle System.
After a flood, water levels stay higher in the Strule than other spate rivers thus allowing than another period of good fishing.
The river speeds up from the Stone Bridge at Mountjoy, providing fast flowing water for fly fishing.
Towards Newtownstewart the river gets larger and even faster. Well-known streams include the Bloomery, McCrossan’s, the Long Hole and the Spring Well.
The most suitable water can be found around Newtownstewart where local knowledge is not as important.
The shrimp and hair-winged flies are a few of the more productive on the river. The Strule fishes best in late June and July.
Sea trout fishing at night provides excellent sport in June and early July at Newtownstewart before the fish run east up the Glenelly and Owenkillew Rivers.


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