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Guide To The Northern Ireland Fisheries Management Region

The Salmon fishing in the Northern Ireland Fisheries Management Region comes under the wings of the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL). This body is responsible, for the salmon and inland fisheries of Northern Ireland except for the Foyle and Carlingford catchments which are the responsibility of the Loughs Agency.

The region includes the prolific Lower Bann, which is one of the best Salmon Fishing Rivers in Ireland.

The top Salmon rivers of the northern ireland fisheries management region include, the Lower Bann, the River Agivey, the River Moyola and the River Clady.

Rivers Of The Northern Ireland Fisheries Management Region

Agivey Annaghcloy Ballinamallard
Ballinderry Ballynahinch (Quoile) Blackwater-Carryduff
Blackwater-Lough Neagh Bush Callan
Carey Clady Colebrook
Crumlin Glasswater Glenarm
Glendun Glenshesk (Glen) Glenwhirry
Grillagh Kells Water Kilkeel
Lagan Lower Bann Maine
Margy Moyola Shimna
Six Mile Water Upper Bann Wee Agivey
White Water


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