Fishing & Boating
Lough Inagh has six boats and the fishing starts early in July. The west shore fishes best, also all along the islands and river mouths are the chosen drifts. Lough Inagh is the largest lake in Connemara, and outboards are essential. There are experienced boatmen/ghillees available for the lake and river beats, with prior booking from Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel.
More info: www.loughinaghlodgehotel.ie
Letterfrack Bay Water Tours
Relax and enjoy the peace, tranquility and closeness to nature of Letterfack Bay on a One Hour Scenic and Wildlife Nature Tour. Purpose-built to the highest safety standards and certified by the Department of Transport to operate on one of Europe’s most scenic and well protected harbours, you will be guaranteed a trip packed full of fun, enjoyment and information. The boat has Under-Water Vewing Panels so you can discover a world beneath the surface that looks like a different planet with it’s forests of sea weeds and kelp. See and feel the excitement when children and the young at heart get to hold and touch a real starfish, shrimp or shore crab!
Also providing short sea angling trips.
More info: www.letterfrackwatertours.com
The Killary Fjord is unique to Ireland and is 9 miles in length and boasts wonderful scenery. A purpose built vessel offers cruises up and down the fjord. Enjoy a meal onboard as you admire the scenery.
More info: www.killarycruises.com
Fresh water fishing, from fast flowing rivers to mountain lakes, to shore angling and deep sea fishing. Less than 3km from your accommodation.
More info: www.kylemoreabbeyfishery.ie