Lough Derg lies amidst the Donegal mountains (close to where the counties of Donegal, Fermanagh and Tyrone meet)
This lake (28 acres / 11.6 ha) is a few miles outside Omagh. Lying amongst grassy fields, it supports a population of coarse fish (predominantly pike and roach) with most of the angling effort directed towards pike.
Loughmacrory is a 24 hectare lake with a population of wild brown
trout. Other fish species include perch.
This fishery consists of two man-made lakes. It is convenient to the town of Omagh.
The Oaks Fishery is located only a few minutes drive from the city of Derry/Londonderry. The lake, surrounded by beautiful countryside, provides a tranquil venue for fishing.
Camlough is a large disused reservoir controlled by Newry and Mourne District Council. It is a long (1.5 miles / 2.5 kilometres).
These two lakes (or loughs!) are reasonably close together and lie amongst the foothills of the Mourne Mountains. Each can be described as elongated, lying along the bottom of quite narrow valleys. Milltown is 19 hectares (45 acres) in area and Greenan 11 hectares (26 acres).
The species found in the canal include Roach, Bream, Rudd, Eel, Perch, Pike and Trout, a few years back Tench were introduced and make an appearance now and again. The canal fishes all year round and the distinctive areas provide excellent sport throughout.