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Creagh River

Creagh River

West Clare, Kilmihil, Co Clare

The Creagh River rises near Kilmihil and flows westerly through Cree and enters the sea about 15 miles downstream adjacent to Doonbeg Golf Course.

Cregg Beach

Cregg Beach

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.

Crovraghan

Crovraghan

Kildysart, Co Clare

This fishing spot is located 2.5 kms on the north east side of Kildysart. You can catch dogfish conger bull huss and flounder using crab fish bait and lugworm. Ideal fishing time is the first 4 hours of the flooding time.

Dolphin Discovery

Dolphin Discovery

Kilrush Creek Marina, Co Clare

Dolphin Discovery departs from Kilrush Creek Marina on 2 hourly dolphin watching trips to view the resident group of bottlenose dolphins in the Shannon Estuary.

Dolphinwatch

Dolphinwatch

The Square, Carrigaholt, Co Clare

Each two-hour dolphin watching boat trip is an opportunity to see and learn about Bottlenose Dolphins as they interact with each other in their native habitats. This Special Area of Conservation is home to about 140 dolphins, as well as, grey seals, gannets, razorbills and falcons; even a herd of wild goats. We are that little bit further West, which makes all the difference, as we take you on (probably) the most thrilling adventure of your holiday!