The River Camowen is a medium sized river (5-20 metres width) that has a good salmon run – grilse and summer salmon from late June, depending on seasonal flows. The Cloghfin is a tributary of the Camowen which runs through the town of Beragh and has excellent trout fishing for several miles upstream of its confluence with the Camowen. These rivers meander through lush pasture for most of their length. Wading is relatively easy as the bed is mainly gravel with just the occasional larger rock.
Please note that whilst every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of angling club and associations boundaries it is essential you consult the club or association to confirm their upper and lower limits.
|Best Times:||July – October (Salmon)
April – October (Trout)
|Best Salmon Flies:||-Wye Bug
|Best Trout Flies:||-Large Dark Olive
-Iron Blue Dun
-Small Dark Olive