HOW TO CATCH TROUT ON CORRIB
The finest trout in Ireland are caught on Lough Corrib. If you are starting out, here are some helpful guidelines.
SAVE OUR LAKE
Cairde Loch Coiribe is committed to the maintenance and development of the spawning and nursery areas of the Lough Corrib Catchment.
Without these critical spawing areas being kept clean and maintained, the natural stock of trout, and other wildlife on Lough Corrib is under threat.
Become a friend of Lough Corrib for €15 and help to sustain Lough Corrib as a healthy natural fishery.
- Frank Hynes is a resident of Eyre Street in Galway and a long-standing member of the Commercial Boat Club in Galway city. He was interviewed for a Commercial club newsletter in 2003 and was happy to have that article reproduced for the Federation website. So here it is… On the evening of Sunday 21st July 2002, […]... Read more...
- On 25 October 2018 Minister Richard Bruton signed into effect the Designated Salmonid Waters Bye-Law No. 964, 2018. As the body that consists of the thirteen trout angling clubs around Lough Corrib, in Co. Galway and South Mayo, the Lough Corrib Angling Federation wholeheartedly welcomes this step. Last Easter we met with the then minister […]... Read more...
- Lough Corrib and Lough Carra fish stock surveys Inland Fisheries Ireland intends to carry out a fish stock survey on Lough Corrib and Lough Carra to assess the current status of the fish populations in the lakes. The Lough Corrib survey will take place from the 18th June to 6th July 2018 and will involve […]... Read more...
Contact Us Today
See an issue on the lake? Want to get involved or want more information on your local club? Reach out to the Federation:
Telephone: 083 8331584