Kilkee, Co Clare
Castle Point is located on a beautiful drive 3 miles south of Kilkee.There is a productive rock mark where you can spin for mackeral and pollack. Float fishing for wrasse occurs here aswell. Some garfish and herring may be caught here.
Lahinch, Co Clare
This small beach is one mile south of Lahinch and you can park at the track junction at the head of the beach. This beach only fishes well in surf conditions for bass and flounder using lugworm and sandeel on the flooding tide. During calm conditions, flounder can be caught where the fresh water stream enters the sea. The best time to fish is the three hours of the flood tide using a baited spoon and lugworm.
Doonbeg, Co Clare
To provide for our visiting anglers, an exciting Irish Angling Holiday, to enlighten them on our traditions and culture, whilst observing due awareness for their safety, and the environment in which we fish.
Kilbaha, Co Clare
Take some time out to come on a “Fishing Adventure” on the Lady Gwen 11 with skipper Sean Maguire. From the Ocean you will be in awe of the beauty of our Peninsula, the Wild Atlantic Way and it’s sea life.
Miltown Malbay, Co Clare
Fishing is unsuitable in rough or heavy swell conditions. Best results can be achieved at high water. Bottom fishing on rough ground for rockling and conger using mackeral bait is best along with float fishing for wrasses using lugworm and crab.