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Northern Ireland's outstandingly beautiful Causeway Coast can offer the angler some excellent fishing for a variety of fish species at very different venues.
The 38 mile long Lower Bann flows in a northerly direction from Lough Neagh to the sea near Coleraine.  It offers coarse and pike fishing on the upper reaches between Portglenone and Lough Neagh, to excellent salmon and trout fishing in the middle stretches and finally sea trout and mullet angling on the four mile estuary below Coleraine.  The premier angling is the salmon fishing on the four privately-run beats in the middle reaches of the river - Carnroe, Portna, Movanagher and Culiff Rock.
There is also extremely good wild brown trout fishing on these rivers especially the Bann at Movangher. There are four major tributaries, all of which are ideal game fish habitat: the Clady River, Agivey River, Macosquin River, and Ballymoney River, all but the latter joining from the west, having risen in the Sperrin mountains.
Additional information available at

Location: Lower Bann Navigation

Activity Type: Angling

Business Type: Activity Provider

Address: 54 Castleroe Road
Co. Derry
BT51 3RL

Phone: 02870344796





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