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Guide To The Western Fisheries Management Region

The Western Fisheries Management Region comprises all the inland river systems on Irelands Atlantic Coast from Pigeon Point near Westport, Co. Mayo, through Co. Galway, to Hags Head just south of the Cliffs of Moher in Co. Clare. Situated at Europe’s westernmost extremity, Ireland is widely regarded as the last unspoiled fishing location in Europe. The region is administered by the Western Regional Fisheries Board (WRFB).

Bathed in the warm waters of the North Atlantic Drift (an off shoot of the Gulf Stream) Ireland’s Western Fisheries Management Region is an undiscovered game anglers.

The top Salmon rivers of the region include, the River Bundorragha (Delphi Fishery), the River Cashla (Costello Fishery), the River Corrib (Galway Fishery), and the River Erriff.

Rivers Of The Western Fisheries Management Region

Abbert Aille Ballinaboy
Bealanabrack Black Bundorragha (Delphi)
Bunowen Carrowbeg (Westport) Carrowniskey
Cashla (Costello) Clare Clarinbridge
Cong Cong Canal Cornamona
Corrib (Galway Fishery) Cregg Crumlin
Culfin Dalgan Dawros
Derryhorraun Dunkellin Erriff
Farlmore Gowla Gowlabeg
Grange Invermore Joyce’s (Maam)
Keel Canal Knock Owenglin (Clifden)
Owenmore (Ballynahinch) Owenriff (Oughterard) Owenwee (Belclare)
Owenwee-Corrib Robe Screebe
Sinking Spiddal (Owenboliska) Yellow


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