Wild Brown Trout fishing. Lough Corrib. French speaking Ghillie/Guide. Full day.

Galway, Ireland
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What To Expect

A Wild Brown trout fishing trip to Lough Corrib transports you to the most breath-taking sights and scenery Connemara has on offer. You will fish on one of Europe’s last remaining wild brown trout fisheries – Lough Corrib. The Corrib is one of the most beautiful and mysterious lakes in Ireland. Surrounded to the north west with craggy mountains, sprinkled with wooden islands the wild landscape will stay with you forever. You will have the day to experience wild brown trout fishing on Ireland second largest lough. Pax: min 1, max 2 fishermen per boat. Season: February to end September

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Important info

Suitable for all physical fitness levels. Please note All participants must be agile enough to get in and out of boats. Please make yourself aware of the catch limits, sizes etc. etc. Let us know of any and all medical conditions prior to setting out onto the lake. Maximum of two fishermen per boat. Best time to fish is May following on from the Mayfly hatch. It is a legal requirement for all persons venturing out on to Lough Corrib to wear a life jacket. . What to wear: Appropriate fishing attire and foot wear. If the weather is wet a change of clothing and towel are recommended for afterwards. Favourite lures, flies, et al, sun glasses, water/refreshments, camera and sun block if the weather is bright and sunny.

What's included
Boat, outboard engine and fuel, packed lunch, fishing gear EXCLUDING lures, flies, etc.
What's not included
Lures, flies, etc.
Cancellation Policy
Unfortunately, our partner's policy does not allow us to refund, cancel or change this booking.
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Meeting Point

Guide meet you at Peacocks in Maam cross