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Ireland has an established reputation for the quality and rich variety of marine life in its waters. With the influence of the North Atlantic Drift along the Wild Atlantic Way bringing a mix of cold and warm water fish to the route’s shores, anglers and fishing enthusiasts have their pick of over 50 species, including blue shark, sea bream, cod and conger eel. Inland, visitors flock to the west’s rivers and lakes to fish for salmon and trout in their undisturbed, protected habitats.

Where to Fish in Ireland

An area of exceptional beauty, the diverse nature of Ireland’s west coast provides the perfect habitat for a wide range of marine species with endless options for sea, lake and river fishing.

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Types of Fish in Ireland

Coastal, off-shore, river or lake? Whatever your fishing preference, check out the variety of options the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer.

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Catch of the Day

Coastal, off-shore, river or lake? Simply take your pick.

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