Angling at Creeve Lough
Creeve is the sister lake of Brantry and is south of the Aughnacloy-Benburb road. The background of trees shade the lake and car parks.
Key information about Creeve Lough
|Species||Pike, perch, bream and roach|
|Methods||All lawful methods including ground bait and maggots for coarse fish|
|Daily bag limit||One pike per day/four coarse per day|
|Size limit||Pike weighing 4kg and over and coarse longer than 25cm must be returned to the water|
|Boats||Fishing is allowed from non-mechanical boats only|
|Licence||DAERA coarse rod licence: Coarse rod licence prices from DAERA|
|Permit||DAERA coarse angling permit: Coarse angling permit prices from DAERA|
|Facilities for people with disabilities||See below|
Blue Green Algae
Large amounts of blue green algal blooms have appeared at Creeve Lough.
Cautionary signage is on site.
A hardcore path surrounds the lake and gives easy access to fishing stands.
Facilities for people with disabilities
There are six wheelchair accessible fishing stands close to the first car park coming from Holland's Crossroads. The car park is hard-surfaced and it is also possible to park beside these stands.
How to get there
Turn left for Minterburn off the Dungannon Road. Turn right at Minterburn towards Lough Creeve.
Take the B128 Benburb Road for 4.47 miles. Turn right at Holland's Crossroads from where the lough is signposted.