Lough Corrib
Trout & Salmon|November 2017

PROBABLY THE most famous fishery in Ireland, and certainly its greatest limestone lough, Corrib has been attracting anglers to the Emerald Isle since Victorian times. At a staggering 44,000 acres it is the largest lake in the Republic – a vast expanse that’s characterised by sheltered bays, rocky shores and an array of islands.

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