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Guide To The Southern Fisheries Management Region

The Southern Fisheries Management Region is controlled by the Southern Regional Fisheries Board (SRFB). The catchment area extends along the coast from Kileen Point in the East to Knockadoon Head in the West and as far inland as the head waters of the Suir in Offaly to the north and of the Blackwater in Kerry to the west. This region is one of the largest fisheries regions. It is the proud home to some of the best trout and salmon rivers in Ireland.

For the game angler there is the world famous River Blackwater and its many salmon, the upper reaches and the main channel of the River Suir for the trout angler and many streams for those who pursue sea-trout.

The top Salmon rivers of the southern fisheries management region include, the River Barrow, the River Colligan, the Munster Blackwater, and the River Nore.

Rivers Of The Southern Fisheries Management Region

Aherlow Allow Anner
Ara Araglin Aubane
Awbeg Barrow Blackwater
Boherbaun Bride Burren
Cashen Clodiagh Colligan
Corrock Cushina Delour (Black Nore)
Dinin Drish Erkina
Figile Finnow Funshion
Goul Greese Gully
Killiney Lerr Lingaun
Mountrath (White Horse) Multeen Munster
Munster Blackwater Nire Nore
Ouveg Owenass Phillipstown
Portlaw Clodiagh Slate Stradbally
Suir Tar The Kings River
White Horse

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