Benone is a popular tourist destination in the Limavady district, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Benone has several caravan sites, such as The Golden Sands, Deigans and a leisure complex with excellent facilities, including a 9 hole golf course (all par 3) and numerous tennis courts. A short walk leads to Benone Strand, seven miles of beach and sand dunes on the north coast of Northern Ireland between Castlerock and the Magilligan peninsula, most of the distance between the mouth of the River Bann and Lough Foyle. It is one of the longest beaches in Northern Ireland, and recipient of the European Blue Flag and Seaside Award.
This lake lies on a basalt plateau that towers over the Lough Foyle lowlands below. It is stocked with Rainbow Trout
The Bunagee Pier is the mooring for two boats that take anglers out to fish, the Barracuda and the Gemini. The fish caught offshore include White Pollock, Black Pollock, Plaice, Rock Salmon, Sea Trout, Salmon. Shell Fish include Brown Crab, Lobster, Green Crab, and Velvet Crab.
The River Camowen is a medium sized river (5-20 meters width) that has a good salmon run - grilse and summer salmon from late June, depending on flows
The Cloghfin has excellent trout fishing available for several miles upstream of its confluence with the River Camowen.
This is a medium sized (5-20 meters width) spate river flowing directly into the Atlantic Ocean near Malin Head, Ireland's most northerly point. There is good sea trout fishing from mid-June and salmon arrive by August.
The river Deele flows into the main river Foyle approximately 1 mile below the Lifford bridge. Traditionally known as an excellent sea trout river from June onwards. The Deele also gets a reasonably good run of summer salmon from early July.
The Burn Dennet is a medium sized (5-20 meters width) spate river. Rising on the northern flanks of the main Sperrins ridge, the river drops northwards through Donemana, swinging west through native woodland and pasture before meandering across broad flats to reach the River Foyle
The Derg is a large (10-20m) spate river with a fine head of wild brown trout, but it is best known for salmon and sea trout which are generally at their best from late May to August.
Drumragh has excellent trout fishing over its entire length. Great fly hatches May and June. Good salmon angling on club stretches.