Fishing in Ireland

We have selected the best fishing waters for predators in Europe: The central region of Ireland. Here we enjoy fishing and want your dream to come true. Join us and experience great moments catching pike, perch or trout.

Lough Derg

Lough Derg, historically Lough Dergart (Irish: Loch Deirgeirt) is a freshwater lake in the Shannon River Basin, Ireland.

It is the third-biggest on the island of Ireland (after Lough Neagh and Lough Corrib).

It is a long, narrow lake, with shores in counties Clare (south-west), Galway (north-west), and Tipperary (to the east). It is the southernmost of three large lakes on the River Shannon; the others being Lough Ree and Lough Allen.


Towns and villages on Lough Derg include Portumna, Killaloe & Ballina, Dromineer, Terryglass, Mountshannon and Garrykennedy.


This water will be your main target during your holiday you will find an impressive number of large pike , trout and perch .

River Shannon

Lough Derg, Ireland, Bridge, Porttumna, Shannon, River Shannon

The river Shannon impresses with its breathtaking beauty and winds over 360 km across the whole country and crosses three lakes.This makes it the longest river in Ireland.


A magnificent experience to fish here once.


The population of pike is impressive with large specimen up to 18 kg.


During your fishing holidays with us you will have the opportunity to test and catch some strong pike of this beautiful wild river.

Small Lakes

Lough Graney, Irland, County Clare

The county Clare have a good number of smaller lakes around with a good population of pike.


Smaller lakes can be a perfect option during your week if the wind is too strong for the big lake or if you want to try for something different.