Cavan & Monaghan
Renowned for five decades as being amongst the most consistent fishing in Ireland.
Scenic wild waters with a good head of coarse fish. Bream, Hybrids and Roach are
the prime species but Rudd and Tench are to be found in many waters.
Fishes well from April to October with the summer and autumn months being best
for bream. The roach have really matured on these waters and 8 to 12 ounce fish an
average with roach to 2 pounds being quite common. The Roach/Bream Hybrids
produce great sport and fish over 5 pounds are regularly caught. Bream fishing is good
but you need the right conditions - a tinge of colour or low light. On bright days in clear
water the bream move out into the deeper holes, but at night they move back to feed
in the shallows. A huge number of lakes, plus the upper Rivers Erne and Shannon and
Dromore System. Sufficient waters for a lifetime let alone a week or two!!