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.’’
Doonbeg Golf Club, Co Clare
"This is a course I want to be identified with one I will be able to say with pride -- ' I did that one.' I am the luckiest designer in the world . . . because of the uniqueness of the site." Greg Norman
West Clare, Co Clare
The Doonbeg River is located in West Co.Clare. The river rises near the Kilmihil/Kilmaley border and flows southward for approx 7 miles and then turns northwest and continues for approx 15 miles through Cooraclare before entering the sea at Doonbeg.
Seafield, Quilty, Co Clare
This beach is 2 miles south of Seafield and access is from the northern end. The main point to fish is the freshwater outlet and bottom fishing is the best using sandeel and lugworm which catches bass and flatfish.
County Clare has been fortunate in securing a number of excellent new Loop Walks as part of the Shannon Trails/Failte Ireland initiative. There are three in East Clare and one in Mid Clare.