Caragh Lake, Salmon and Trout Fishing, Kerry, Ireland – Things to See and Do

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  • Created: October 18, 2013
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Kerry
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The Caragh Lake and River system holds a large stock of wild Brown Trout, has good runs of Salmon each year and Sea Trout fishing at the lower end.

- Boats and Ghillie are readily available for hire on the lake
- Salmon season from 17th January to 30th September.
- Sea Trout, 17th January to 12th October.

Caragh Lake is located to the west of Killarney town between the lively town of Killorglin and the village of Glenbeigh, north of the McGillicuddy Reeks mountain range. It is one of the many freshwater lakes in Kerry and is a great spot for fishing and recreational boat trips, surrounded by the stunning scenery.

1. Caragh Lake, Salmon and Trout Fishing, Kerry, Ireland - Things to See and Do

Altitude: 17 m
The Caragh Lake and River system holds a large stock of wild Brown Trout, has good runs of Salmon each year and Sea Trout fishing at the lower end.

– Boats and Ghillie are readily available for hire on the lake
– Salmon season from 17th January to 30th September.
– Sea Trout, 17th January to 12th October.

Caragh Lake is located to the west of Killarney town between the lively town of Killorglin and the village of Glenbeigh, north of the McGillicuddy Reeks mountain range. It is one of the many freshwater lakes in Kerry and is a great spot for fishing and recreational boat trips, surrounded by the stunning scenery.