Fishing

Here, there is plenty of pikes and trouts in lakes and rivers.

We are located in the middle of County Clare, on the Burren border and close to Connemara. There is a good density of middle size lakes and sceneries are fabulous. Daily, we ajust ourselves to your wishes and the weather to make you catch sport fish and we advise the visiting angler about proper places and fishing methods. As mentioned above, our location wasn’t chosen at random. The big density of lakes and rivers plus the low fishing pressure make our area the one every fisherman is dreaming about and everyone will enjoy the beauty of the landscape.
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Pike fishing

Pike fishing in Ireland is mostly in lakes and a boat is required because it is rarely fishable from the bank. Most common fishing methods are artificial lure casting, dead-baiting with floats and trolling. These methods often vary, depending on the weather and the season.

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Brown Trout fishing

Brown trout (similar as Fario Trout in Europ) are very numerous in most of the irish rivers. Though big trouts are not exceptional, many of them are 8 to 12 inches long. Every year we catch fish from 2 to 5 lbs.

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Equipment and guiding

At Finford House, you may rent fishing equipment or find replacement tackle if necessary.
We offer a guiding service which Christophe recommends if you are not familiar with angling in Ireland.

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Fishing spots

County Clare has numerous public and private lakes ranging in sizes of a few acres to thousands of acres (Lough Derg, Lough Graney). Very often, you will be fishing in lakes nearby depending on the weather forecasts. When you stay at Finford House, we’ll place our two private lakes.

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