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Ballaghmore Lake
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Ballaghmore Lake is a privately owned 3.5 acre lake situated within a pastoral setting with trees, shrubs and soft vegetation on its shoreline. It is located on the N7 at Ballaghmore, 6km east of Roscrea and 7km west of Borris-in-Ossory. It presently holds excellent stocks of carp, rudd, perch, pike and tench. There are also stocks of eels and trout present.
Ballinakill's Gill’s Pond And Mass Lough
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We are being modest when we say ‘Gill’s Pond’ because it is in fact a nice sized lake containing nice sized fish and no, it wasn’t named after one of their gills, it was named after an old woman who lived in a gate lodge type house at the entrance to the lake. The lake contains good sized roach and perch and some fine tench up to 3lb in weight. The angling club is by no means restricted to local residents and annual membership can be obtained. The lake has undergone a major overhaul. It has been cleaned and had all its banks landscaped with proper facilities provided to assure you of an excellent day’s fishing. Tickets from Ballinakill Angling Club. The Mass Lough is one of the most beautiful and scenic lakes in the country.
Barrow
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Specimen coarse fishing is a feature of the wonderful River Barrow and every year this waterway produces more official award winning fish than any other single fishery in Ireland. Challenging conditions exist during summer on the higher reaches around Monasterevin and Athy as the shallow water becomes weeded with islands of reeds throughout. However, the weed becomes an attractive feature and a satisfying method is to tackle the faster water with a stick float, edging the tackle along the fringes of any natural cover. Local experts use small groundbait swimfeeder rigs, inter-changing with straight bomb tactics so not to overfeed the resident shoals of fish.
Full Information http://barrowriver.ie/ +353(0)59 913 0411
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Brittas Lake
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Brittas Lake, Clonaslee is located in a Coillte forest setting in the grounds of the Old Dunne Estate at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. This beautiful 5 acre lake is now fully restored and access to the lake is gained from the Brittas Road via the Coillte forest road. The lake is fed from the northern side and flows out to the Clodiagh River nearly a kilometre away. The lake is suitable for coarse fishing such as tench, carp, rudd and bream.
Castlecomer Lakes
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The Castlecomer Lakes were the centrepiece of the private gardens within an old Victorian Demesne. An extensive restoration has returned them to their former glory. A truly unique setting where the lakes are surrounded by woodlands and joined by a cascade system before they meet the River Deen. The Upper (2.8 acres) of the two lakes will be stocked with coarse fish and Lower (4 acres) with Rainbow Trout. There is no closed season and there is the facility to hire equipment.
Emo Lake
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Emo Lake is located within the grounds of Emo House and Gardens. The lake has a surface area of 24 acres. The banks are suitable for anglers to fish from and provision has been made to accommodate anglers with special needs. The lake contains stocks of bream, hybrids, rudd and perch.
Grand Canal
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Fishing on the Grand Canal is exceptional and offers superb sport from quiet reed-fringed banks with a chance to catch tench, rudd, roach, bream, hybrids, perch and an increasing number of small carp. In Laois we claim to have the most abundant stocks along the Barrow Line of the canal running through Rathangan, Monasterevin, Vicarstown and the market town of Athy before it joins the River Barrow.
Grantstown Lake
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The lake is located between Rathdowney and Ballacolla and well off the beaten track. Granstown Lake has long been a haven for fishermen and nature enthusiasts. Once part of the Castletown Estate, ancestral home of the Fitzpatricks of Upper Ossory, the lake and surrounding countryside is steeped in history and folklore. Granstown Lake consists of 24 acres of spring fed water, in places reaching up to 12 metres in depth.
Kellyville Lake
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Kellyville Lake is a man-made lake of approximately 12 acres, which existed on the Webber Estate at Ballintubbert near Stradbally in County Laois and was the location of the most successful Duck Decoy in Ireland operating in the period 1870 – 1910. Thomas Webber wrote in 1891 of between six and seven thousand ducks on the lake. It had silted up and it had become overgrown with vegetation over the years. The lake has now been fully restored and will be stocked with coarse fish.
Laois Angling Centre
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Located at Coolrain, less than 3 miles from the N7, the Laois Angling Centre combines the peace and tranquillity of the Irish country side with exceptional game and coarse fishing. The four large spring fed lakes, surrounded by mature woodlands, Clonoghil House and farmlands provide the perfect natural conditions for both the fish and fisherman. The lakes are stocked regularly with brown and rainbow trout, carp and bream ensuring a varied and interesting experience.
Full Information http://www.laoisanglingcentre.ie/ 057-8735091
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Little Bog Lake
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Little Bog Lake at The Heath, Portlaoise is over 6 acres in size. The Lake contains stocks of carp, perch and roach. It is situated in the heart of one of the most historic sites in Ireland.
Portarlington Derryounce Lake
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Derryounce Lake, just 2km outside Portarlington on the Edenderry road, is a lake of approximately 40 acres with excellent food supplies for brown and rainbow trout. The lake is owned by the community with input from Portarlington Angling Club. All visiting anglers are most welcome and the lake is stocked periodically to ensure good sport all season.