Fly Fishing Ireland's Limestone Streams

Peter O’Reilly, author of Trout and Salmon Rivers of Ireland, describes the advantages (easy access) and disadvantages (dredging) of fishing Ireland. “Well over 30 years ago I fished a river that was to have a lasting impact on my fishing life. The river was the Suir in County Tipperary and it made such an impression that since then hardly a year has passed when I have not gone to Ireland to fish for wild brown trout on its limestone rivers. The Suir is a big and famous trout stream, but increasingly over the years I have turned my attention to the smaller and less well known rivers which are to be found right across the Irish limestone plain.” On WildTrout.org.

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