Local Fisheries In Co Mayo
Lough Conn & Lough Cullin
Lough Conn is a lake in County Mayo that covers about 14,000 acres (57 km²). With its immediate neighbour to the south, Lough Cullin, it is connected to the Atlantic by the River Moy. Lough Conn and Lough Cullin are noted for its trout and salmon fishing. The main run of spring fish enters Lough Conn from the end of March and continues right through April.
The salmon tend to confine themselves to well defined areas which are known to the local boatmen so it is recommended you do your research. Details about boat hire and local guides can be found here: http://www.fishinginireland.info/boathire/conn.htm
The season is from 1st February to 30th September inclusive.
Fishing In Enniscrone – Deep Sea Fishing
Fishing in Enniscrone offers the both the recreational and serious angler a paradise of deep sea fishing, rock, beach and estuary fishing. During the summer season fishing trips leave four times a day from the local pier.
For more information visit: http://www.enniscrone.ie/fishing_enniscrone
Sea Fishing in Killala Bay
East Mayo Anglers’ Assocation fishery is located within 40 minutes drive of Killala. Killala is a scenic town, dominated by the round tower which has stood there for a thousand years. Its harbour gives access to the sheltered and very productive waters of Killala Bay. Anglers can enjoy shore fishing and deep sea fishing. To access more information visit: http://www.fishinginireland.info/sea/northwest/killala.htm