Fishing in Killorglin

The River Laune

The River Laune is a part of the waterway which spans out from the magnificent lakes of Killarney.  Because it is more than 14 miles long, we are sure you will find plenty of places to reel in your fish.  Fishing Permits can be bought locally. The Laune is known for salmon and trout angling and is also ideally placed for those who wish to go sea angling too. Fishing in Killorglin is a past time enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.

Rossbeigh Beach is also a short trip away and is a very long and sandy beach.  The wreck of a wooden fishing boat can be seen as a result of low tides.  It is thought to be over 100 years old.  Fish to be caught off the coast of Kerry include Bass and Mackerel. Sea and shore angling is available in Rossbeigh.  Nearby is Glencar, a popular part of the Kerry Way walking route, with beautiful views of Caragh Lake.  You can angle here too, for salmon and brown trout.  Boat trips can also be taken here for when you prefer to relax and enjoy the water.

Local Knowledge and Customs

Many anglers practice catch and release in these areas.  This is especially the case with the smaller catches.  If you would like more details of fishing in Killorglin, please contact us for details. Alternatively, you can contact the local anglers.  They have great knowledge of the area and would no doubt be pleased to communicate with you. The Laune Salmon and Trout Anglers Association may well be able to help you.

We are situated overlooking the River Laune in Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland.  Therefore, this allows ample opportunity for fishing in the River Laune.  Consepuently, the Laune Bridge House Killorglin B&B is the best-situated accommodation for those who love fishing in Killorglin.