River Laune, Laune Bridge Fishing, Killarney, Kerry

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  • Created: September 27, 2012
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Kerry
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The Laune is a good salmon river with a fair to good run of fish dependent on water. All legal angling methods are allowed subject to on the rules of particular fisheries. The best time of year is April to September.

This fishing spot is the Laune Bridge with bank fishing along the river

Fishing: Wild Brown Trout and Salmon. Pearl fish may also be caught, especially along the Beaufort Section of the Laune.
Level: All levels

Daily and weekly permits are available from tackle dealers in Killarney.

€25.00 a day Up to 31st July. A 7 day permit €140.00. (Weeks Fishing.)

€35.00 a Day in August and September. A 7 day permit €210.00. (Weeks Fishing.)

Availability of Permits in August and September will depend on demand; number of permits sold may be restricted.

http://www.launeanglers.com/permits.htm

In the past. the Laune River was written about by Ptolemy, the famous Egyptian Geographer in 130 A.D.

1. Laune Bridge

Altitude: 20 m

The Laune is a good salmon river with a fair to good run of fish dependent on water. All legal angling methods are allowed subject to on the rules of particular fisheries. The best time of year is April to September.

This fishing spot is the Laune Bridge with bank fishing along the river

Fishing: Wild Brown Trout and Salmon. Pearl fish may also be caught, especially along the Beaufort Section of the Laune.
Level: All levels

Daily and weekly permits are available from tackle dealers in Killarney.

€25.00 a day Up to 31st July. A 7 day permit €140.00. (Weeks Fishing.)

€35.00 a Day in August and September. A 7 day permit €210.00. (Weeks Fishing.)

Availability of Permits in August and September will depend on demand; number of permits sold may be restricted.

http://www.launeanglers.com/permits.htm

In the past. the Laune River was written about by Ptolemy, the famous Egyptian Geographer in 130 A.D.