Fishing Holiday In County Cavan
County Cavan is famed for its abundance of lakes. 365 of them in fact, the river Erne and the Woodford Canal and many many more. The river Erne which runs through the town of Belturbet offers some of the best coarse fishing in Ireland and is very popular with our visitors from the United kingdom and beyond. The Woodford Canal in Ballyconnell and of course Killywilly Lake which is a short walk from the cottage offers fantastic pike fishing.
The angler visiting the Northern Region will find a rich variety of waters which offer unlimited opportunities to pursue a variety of coarse fish species. These lakes and rivers have good stocks of Bream, Roach, Rudd, Pike, Perch and Eels. Many also contain Bream Hybrids and some contain Tench to specimen size.
There is a water here to suit all tastes. The angler seeking large open waters with the promise of outstanding bags of Bream and Roach can choose from the wider stretches of the River Erne or large lakes such as Gowna, Oughter, Garadice, Sillan, Upper Lough Erne, Lough McNean or Assaroe Lake.
Those in search of somewhere more intimate and secluded will find many smaller lakes and stretches of rivers which have plenty of fish to keep them occupied. Typical of these are lakes in the Cavan, Leitrim area which during a recent survey were found to contain plentiful stocks of coarse fish. Specimen hunters in search of large Tench,Bream and Pike will find many waters where their efforts will be rewarded.
This is an unexplored aspect of coarse angling in the Upper Erne and surveys have revealed waters with specimen fish which are never hooked. Dining, Visitor Attractions, Retail Premises and Charter Skippers. Each charter contains a series of ‘service promises’ and a commitment to offering you, the angler, a pleasant and enjoyable ‘Anglers Welcome’ experience. You can rest assured of a warm welcome with information aplenty and of course, excellent fishing!