Angling at Corranny Lough
Corranny is a small lough lying where the road forks near Dernawilt Crossroads. There is a car-park, shore path and 11 fishing stands. The lough is stocked annually with takeable rainbow trout.
Key information about Corranny Lough
|Season||1 February to 31 December|
|Methods||fly fishing, spinning and worm fishing|
|Daily bag limit||four trout per rod|
|Size limit||minimum takeable size 25.4cm|
|Boats||fishing from boats is not allowed|
|Licence||DAERA game rod licence: Game rod licence prices from DAERA|
|Permit||DAERA game angling permit: Game angling permit prices from DAERA|
Corranny is the only rainbow trout fishery in the area. The fishery is stocked on a regular basis. Large attractor fly patterns work well during the early season; small dry flies and nymphs come into their own during warmer months.
How to get there
Take the M1 and then the A4 to Fivemiletown. Take the second road on the left towards Cooneen and Carnmore. From Carnmore, Corranny is almost a mile on the right.
Go south-east on the A34 to Moorlough Cross. Turn left on the B36 towards Roslea. Turn left at Dernawilt Crossroads and go for almost a mile towards Corranny.