Angling at Killyfole

This is a redundant reservoir between Lisnaskea and Rosslea in east Fermanagh. The south side is firm and gravelly with a long slope. The north side is softer. There is a dangerous area in the north-west corner where a warning notice indicates sandy banks and deep water.

Key information about Killyfole (Mill Lough)

Nearest town Rosslea
Area/length 22.6 hectares
Species pike, perch, roach, bream and tench
Season all year
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 and over and coarse longer than 25cm must be returned to the water
Boats fishing from boats is not allowed
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

Facilities for people with disabilities

There are four disabled angling stands accessible from the car park/layby on the B36, main Donagh to Rosslea Road. The surfaced path gives good access from the car park to the angling stands. Get more details:

How to get there

From Belfast

Take the M1 and A4 to Fivemiletown. Take the second road on the left towards Cooneen and Carnmore. For Killyfole (Mill Lough), go past Corranny about one mile to Dernawilt Crossroads. Turn right onto the B36 and go for about a mile. The lake is on the left.

From Lisnaskea

Go south-east on the A34 to Moorlough Cross. Turn left by the B36 towards Roslea and go for about four miles. Killyfole is on the right.

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