Lough Graney, Flagmount

Ireland is blessed with thousands of beautiful lakes that are rarely fished and Lough Graney is absolutely typical. This idyllic waters covers more than 100 acres, it is the largest in the East Clare Lake district and offering good access to modern, well designed fishing platforms in the village of Caher and along the shoreline at Flagmount. With a huge head of skimmer bream, hybrids and roach, there is instant sport, or you can feed more heavily and wait for the lake’s bigger tench and bream to put in an appearance.

Species: Bream, roach, hybrids, tench, pike and perch
Best baits: Maggots for the smaller fish but worm, caster and corn for bream Popular methods: A straight bomb or loaded waggler are good during the day to pick-off fish on-the-drop. Feeder fishing will be better for bream.
Local tackle shop: TJ’s Angling, Killaloe. Telephone 00353 61376009

Access: Parking and easy access will be found at Caher and Flagmount Directions: From Tulla take the Feakle road and the lake is located about 4 miles to the north of Feakle village.