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Angling is a marvellously mellow way to see some of the most spectacular scenery, natural flora and fauna of Boyle and its environs. Boyle is renowned as one of the major fishing venues in Ireland and over the years has hosted all the main fishing festivals in the country. Boyle River is a tributary of the River Shannon, it connects Loughs Gara and Lough Key. Upstream of the town are quality bream, Rudd, perch, roach, eels, hybrid and brown trout. Downstream, pike are to be found. Lake na Leibe has rainbow trout stocked by Central Fisheries Board. Season 1 April-30 Sept. Fishing from shore or boat. There is a good stock of brown trout in Lough Feenagh which has boats for hire. River fishing on River Unshin and River Feorrish (above Ballyfarnon); trout. Coarse fishing on Templehouse Lake and Cloonacleigha Lake which has good pike fishing and boats for hire. Cavetown Lake, situated just four miles from Boyle on the Roscommon N61 route.

 Fishing on the Boyle River


Attractions, 16 Marian rd. Boyle Co. Roscommon, Ireland. +353 79 62418