Seagahan Lake Reservoir

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, sedges and nymphs will all be successful. Boat anglers should consistently catch the bag limit of six trout, especially when the water is warm as the fish seek out the cooler depths in the middle of the lake. Late season should see good sport in certain areas as the fish gather ready to run the feeder streams to breed.

There is a size limit of 12 inches, fly fishing only and no fishing from the dam wall.

A DCAL licence is required (£17). Armagh Angling Club permits are £15 per day (4 fish limit) or £100 per season (£120 for new members), Junior members £20.
NB. As we do not have exact location information, this is a map of the local area.

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Armagh Tourist Information Centre

Location / Directions

From Armagh take the B31 Newtownhamilton Road and veer left at the Chapel (approx 5 miles from Armagh) following the signs for Seagahan Dam.
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