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Aisleigh SC, Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim

 

Located in quiet cul-de-sac less than a mile from Carrick-on-Shannon with its many shops, pubs and restaurants – and even closer to the River Shannon – there are two bright, modern houses sleeping up to eight anglers. Cnoc-Na-Si4 had four bedrooms (8S), two of them ensuite plus a separate bathroom, and a WC/shower room. Cnoc-Na-Si6 also has four bedrooms, one ensuite, one bathroom and a toilet/shower room. They have every comfort and fully fitted kitchen. Aisleigh House bait stockists are one minute away and will keep your bait in the walk-in-bait fridge and provided lots of help with the latest angling information.

 

LEITRIM ROAD TOWN HOUSES Carrick-on-Shannon
Three terraced town houses in the heart of Carrick-on-Shannon and perfectly placed for guests who enjoy the hustle-and-bustle of a small lively town. There are excellent restaurants, lots of pubs serving bar food and shops galore. Two houses have three bedrooms (6S), including one ensuite and two separate bathrooms; the other has four bedrooms (8S) with one bathroom and two separate toilets. Aisleigh House bait stockists are five minutes away and will keep your bait in the walk-in-bait fridge and provided lots of help with the latest angling information.

 

Tommy Burke geta a big tench

 

The Fishing River Shannon, Lough Aduff, Lough Allen, Boderg and lots more
Big roach are the main feature of fishing on the River Shannon and during 2009 much of the action came from the new fishing platforms on the Mudflats. Cloonahee Lake was another productive water, along with the increasingly popular Hill Street Lakes. Not far away is the Shannon-Erne Waterway and new opportunities for everyone to catch fish. Expect big tench on Lough Aduff, quality bream and roach on Drumharlow – and choose from 41 within a six-mile radius, open all year, free of charge and loaded with tench, rudd, roach, bream, pike and perch.