There are opportunities to participate in several kinds of fishing not far from the Park. With its long coastline, many beaches and rocky outcrops, the Dingle Peninsula offers plenty of locations where beach and shore fishing can be undertaken.
For the game fisherman there are also multiple opportunities. Lough Slat, Doon Lough and Lough Caum in the Glanteenassig forestry development (which is less than 4 miles from the Park) attract local anglers.
Lough Caum in boasts a large stock of wild brown trout and is stocked with rainbow trout. The shore is almost entirely fishable.
Permits are required and boats are available.
The Owenmore River is also good for game fishing, with permits available in Cloghane.
Click here for some information on game fishing.
For offshore angling, shark fishing and island tours contact Maharees Islands Angling: +353 66 7139003
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