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The Sheen River rises in Kerry’s Caha Mountains and flows north for around 13 miles before entering the sea at Kenmare Bay. It has a reasonable run of spring salmon from March and the run of grilse arrives in mid June and continues into late July with a further run of big salmon in late season. It is very much a spate river which is subject to flooding.

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