Ballyreen, Fishing, Clare

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: August 28, 2012
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Clare
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This fishing spot in Ballyreen, county Clare in the west of Ireland is a great scenic spot with several rocky ledges for casting. Please note its a bit of a climb down to some of these ledges but not difficult. These rocky ledges are numbered for competitions and are great for bottom fishing for ray, conger, dogfish, bull huss and plaice. You can also float fish for wrasse and garfish and spin for mackerel and pollack. Some Porbeagle shark and Tope have also been caught hand landed here. Watch you tackle on the bottom close to the shoreline.

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1. Ballyreen, Fishing, Clare

Altitude: 4 m