|Species||bream, roach, tench, pike, perch and carp|
|Season||all year round|
|Methods||all legal methods|
|Daily bag limit||catch and release only|
|Size limit||catch and release only|
|Licence||DAERA coarse rod licence: Coarse rod licence prices from DAERA|
|Permit||DAERA coarse permit: Coarse angling permit prices from DAERA|
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Day ticket
There are 100 fishing stands now operational, including facilities for anglers with disabilities.
Day Ticket information
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council manages the lake on behalf of DAERA. Three free day tickets are available to DAERA season permit holders. Tickets are available from:Loughgall Country Park
11 - 14 Main Street
- Telephone: 028 3889 2900
- Website: Loughgall Country Park
Alien mussel species found in Loughgall Lake
Zebra mussels were discovered in Loughgall Lake.
Zebra mussels can cause blocked intake pipes which increases costs to both water treatment plants and to boat users. They also pose a threat to the natural functioning of a lake system. They damage native species by out-competing with them for food, hunting and eating them, altering their habitat or by introducing disease.
The Zebra mussel is a small stripy, freshwater mussel native to the Caspian Sea area. They form large colonies and attach themselves on the stony lake bottom. They also cling to any hard surface, such as boats, buoys and water intake pipes. They can form dense clusters and are mainly spread by recreational water use.
All water users must follow the guidance issued to help prevent the spread of these mussels. Signs have been placed at slipways around affected areas and at other infected sites, highlighting that:
- boats and equipment should be carefully cleaned
- bilge water drained
- any plant material attached to the engine or trailer should be removed
How to get there
Travelling from Armagh, Loughgall Country Park is on the right hand side as you enter Loughgall village.