Angling at Enagh Lough
This is a good pike fishery where pike weighing over seven kg were caught in the past. Bream and tench are also present. The lough side nearest the road has been developed for angling.
Key information about Enagh Lough
|Species||pike, perch, bream, tench and roach|
|Methods||all lawful methods including ground bait and maggots|
|Daily bag limit||one pike per person/four coarse per day|
|Size limit||pike weighing 4kg (8.8lb) and over and coarse longer than 25cm must be returned to the water|
|Boats||fishing from boats is not permitted|
|Licence||DCAL Coarse Fishing Rod Licence|
|Permit||DCAL Coarse Fishing Permit|
|Disabled facilities||see below for details|
There are 25 fishing stands which are all wheelchair accessible from the new tarmac car park. The paths have a quarry dust surface. The area and paths are prone to flooding which can damage path surfaces in winter.
How to get there
Click the button directly below for a map and you will see an arrow which shows Enagh Lough.
Click the map further down to the right on this page for a more detailed view of the location.
Take the B45 Dungannon Road for approximately 1.6km. Enagh Lough is on the right.
Travel towards Caledon on the B45 for about 17.7km. Enagh Lough is on the left.
Click the map for more details.