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1. Murloc Angling Centre, Aghalee, Craigavon


Murloc Angling Centre is an angler's paradise which is fast becoming Ireland's number one spot for fishing, nestled in the peaceful rural interface of Counties Antrim, Armagh and Down at Old Church Lane, Aghalee.
KINNEGO Bay

2. Kinnego Bay Lough Neagh, Craigavon


Kinnego Bay is situated at the southern tip of Lough Neagh in a picturesque setting close to main access routes. It is a sheltered bay, 400 sq km in area, with outstanding fishing for roach, bream, hybrids, perch, pike and eel. Fishing is ...
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3. Procastangling - Fishing Tackle Shop, Armagh


Procastangling will be a brand new venture from a family with decades of fishing knowledge and will be the only shop in Armagh to meet all Anglers' needs and offer a massive selection of quality products but at very reasonable prices.
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4. Craigavon Watersports Centre,


Craigavon is renowned for its watersports and Craigavon Watersports Centre is the foremost facility of its kind in Northern Ireland.
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5. Camlough Lake, Camlough, Newry


This is a large disused reservoir, well stocked with small to medium pike, bream, roach and perch.
Coney Island

6. Coney Island, Lurgan, Craigavon


Lying 1km off shore from Maghery Country Park, this island is an exciting destination to be explored. The island has a rich history spanning many centuries, with evidence of human occupation dating back 8000 years BC.
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7. Kernan Lough, Gilford, Craigavon


Kernan Lough lies hidden amidst the rolling drumlins of the County Down countryside. The Lough, 28 hectares in area, is stocked each year by Gilford Angling Club and the heaviest fish caught each season is usually around 6Ib. Flys such as Hare's ...

8. Shaw's Lake, Glenanne, Armagh


Shaw's Lake is well known for floating line fishing on the edge of darkness. It has prolific hatches of sedge and buzzers, which the trout thrive on. Anglers fishing with sunk lines, lures, flies with tinsel, gold heads or beads will find at ...

9. Seagahan Lake Reservoir, Armagh


The lake will fish well from mid March with a hatch of duckfly giving excellent sport with the over wintered fish. Regular stocking in the spring and early summer ensure plenty of fish for the summer evenings when floating lines with buzzers, ...

10. Upper Bann River Kervon Lake, Gilford, Craigavon


The Upper Bann is a medium (5-20m) sized river mainly known for its brown trout fishing although from July on there is always the chance of a salmon or dollaghen. The best of the trout fishing is from the start of the season until July & ...
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