If you need a few days of peaceful relaxed Fishing in East Clare, then Clareville House B & B is your ideal base.
We are very centrally located in the beautiful heritage village of Tuamgraney and this gives you easy access to Lough Derg and the 40 odd lakes of the East Clare Lakelands which are set in beautiful countryside. Filling Station, Supermarket and Pub/Restaurant are within walking distance nearby.
We can arrange everything for you – Boat Hire (all tackle/equipment, if required) –Life Jackets (legal requirement) – Storage Facilities – Packed Lunches – Advice on Bait & Tackle Suppliers etc – Transport to/from the lake – a Ghillie/Guide to accompany you on the day. If you have a special request, please let us know and we’ll do our best to facilitate you.
There are abundant stocks of Pike, Bream, Tench, Rudd, Roach, Perch and Hybrids in most waters around East Clare, while Wild Brown Trout fishing is available in Lough Derg and in some of the remote hillside lakes. Most waters are very accessible with car parking close by, and purpose-built fishing stands have been erected on some lakes to provide greater ease of access and more comfortable fishing.
Lough Derg stretches between Killaloe in Co Clare and Portumna in Co Galway and is the largest lake on the River Shannon. It’s a natural mixed fishery offering superb angling, primarily for indigenous Wild Brown Trout, Large Pike and Coarse Fish.
The northern half of the lake features headlands and islands, surrounded by the natural beauty of rural countryside, while the southern end is much more dramatic as its deep waters flow between the Slieve Bearnagh and Arra Mountain Ranges. There is plenty of natural access for shore fishing, while fishing for Bream is well noted from the fishing stands – suitable for disabled anglers – at Twomilegate, near Killaloe.
OPEN SEASON: March 15th – September 30th
While the season opens in March, the highlight of the angling year is undoubtedly during the Mayfly season in late April/May when all fishermen take to the lake in search of the famous Wild Brown Trout.!!!
Lough Derg is very suitable for Wet & Dry Fly Fishing, Dapping, Trolling and Spinning.
Lough Graney, one of the largest lakes in East Clare, is a beautiful scenic lake with some islands and surrounded by hills on both sides. It’s set between Caher and Flagmount and is about 20 minutes drive north west from Clareville House. It rises in the bleak heights of the Slieve Augthy Mountains and flows into the River Shannon at Scariff.
Although it has some stretches of easily accessible shoreline and a beautiful sandy beach at its northern end, the lake is more popular for boat fishing – some would say a boat is essential !!!. Good stocks of huge Pike, Perch, Roach, Bream and large Ferox Trout. Car Parking, Slipways and Fishing Stands.
Lough Atorick is a small lake situated in the mountains north-east of Flagmount with large stocks of medium sized Trout. Access is good, with a slipway where boats can be launched.
Details of some of our best fishing lakes in the East Clare Lakelands.
Doon Lake is a noted Pike, Bream & Roach fishery near the village of Broadford on the Sixmilebridge road and is very accessible with plenty of natural bank fishing space. (Can be fished from 3 sides).
Lough Bridget is near Bodyke Village on the R352 to Ennis and offers particularly good fishing for Tench and Rudd, while it holds good stocks of Bream, Pike, Roach and Perch. It has a good number of stands, some of which have been especially adapted for Wheelchair Access. There are two car parks –one beside the main road and the other is accessed off the side road, where there is a parking facility for disabled anglers.
Kilgory Lake is regarded as one of the most important lakes in the area and is located between Broadford & Tulla. It’s set in magical isolation in picturesque woodlands and bogland, overlooked by heathered hills. It’s main species are Bream, Roach, Tench, Hybrids and Pike. It features stands and adequate car parking with Wheelchair Access.
Cullaun Lake is one of the few lakes which holds Trout as well as all species of coarse fish especially large Pike (Pike of up to 20lbs weight have been hooked here regularly). It is located between Tulla and Kilkishen villages. A boat is essential and can be launched from a slipway beside the outflow at the lower end of the lake.
Roslara Lake is located between Feakle and Tulla and is a prime coarse fishery but is mainly noted for Tench fishing. Also popular for Pike with a car park, slipway and stands.
About 300 yards from the shore, there’s a stone built island with a road leading from the shore to the island which is visible beneath the water in bright summer weather. History says this was built by a hermit who spent his life there doing penance. A large ancient fort overlooks the lake and has an underground passage but t’s not known where it leads to.
Dromore Lake is a small picturesque lake, located just off the main Tulla – Feakle Road. It has good stocks of all the main coarse fish species and a Car Park nearby.
Clondorney Lake is located 2 km north of the village of Tulla on the Gort road and holds good stocks of Perch, Rudd and Bream. The road runs right beside the lake and you can literally fish from your car !!!. Car parking & Platforms with easy access for anglers with disabilities.
Clonlea Lake is a lovely reed fringed lake and has all the usual coarse fish present with car parking and slipway located on the southern shore. It’s close to Lough Avoher and is located near the Broadford to Kilkishen road – Signposted on the left.
Fin & Rosroe Lakes are located north of Newmarket on Fergus (road to Sixmilebridge). Mainly noted for Pike and although access is poor, it is possible to access the northern end of Fin and southern shoreline of Rosroe. No slipways or stands.
Contact Teresa for all details : Tel – 061 922925 & 087 6867548 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org