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We offer you 5miles of free range salmon and sea trout fishing at very  competitive rates. Enjoy angling at it’s best in serene surroundings and far from the maddening crowd. The season opens on the1st. March and ends on the 30th September. The Feale is a spate river and fishes best in high to medium water conditions, but having said that, fish can met in any height of water.  The Association is non-profit and we re-invest all the surplus fees collected into our fisheries.  We are are always on the lookout for extra fisheries to enhance the pleasure for our members.
 Action Corner   Roving Robert
John Scanlan met this fish at Matt’s Rock on a fly lure,  “When he struck my heart nearly came out my mouth! you would think after all these years of fishing the thrill would have gone by now, that’s why i my love fishing hasn’t waned.”  The fish weighed 3 kilo
Poacher  Jailed A man from Conche with prior convictions for fishing violations, has been jailed for 60 days and barred from fishing for seven years following his recent convictions for poaching Atlantic salmon. more
Earl Crocker just wants the mess from disintegrating salmon cages in St. Mary’s Bay cleaned up. “It’s an awful mess and I don’t know what they can do now,” said the Freeport lobster fisherman. “  more
Cleaning Up Salmon Cage Debris
Robert surfaced in Lough Ree  with a specimen brown trout for his travels
John McDermott
John lands a 14lb salmon in our Kilmorna Fishery on the 25/05/2015   (picture later).
Saving our salmon Paul Smith Published on May 02, 2015 On April 23, I attended the St. John’s hearings of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Atlantic Salmon. Federal Fisheries Minister Gail Shea struck this committee earlier in the year to address historically low salmon numbers in Atlantic Canada. The focus is on conservation measures, enforcement of rules and regulations, unsustainable international fishing and the advancement of understanding salmon through science.---more
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Members, please E-mail photos of your fish to northkerryanglers@gmail.com  for inclusion in this web site. Details of where caught, weight and type of lure, if you so wish.