Angling at Seagahan Reservoir
Seagahan is a brown trout stocked fishery, located between the City of Armagh and Markethill.
|Season||1 March to 31 October|
|Daily bag limit||Three trout per rod|
|Size limit||Minimum takeable size is 25.4cm|
|Licence||DAERA game rod licence: Game rod licence prices from DAERA|
|Permit||DAERA game angling permit: Game angling permit prices from DAERA|
Day ticket information
Armagh Fisheries Ltd manages this fishery for the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA). Five day tickets per day are available to DAERA season permit holders at a reduced rate.
Tickets are available from:Procasting Angling
1D Dobbin Street
Phone: 028 3752 4455
How to get there
The reservoir is a similar distance from the City of Armagh and Markethill. It can be accessed from the Ballymacnam Road.
From the City of Armagh
If you are driving from the City of Armagh, take the A29 road towards Keady for just over half a mile (0.62 miles) , turn left onto the B31 Newtownhamilton Road and continue for a further 9.44 miles to the junction with the Ballymacnab Road. Turn left and Seagahan Reservoir is a further 0.62 miles along this road.
If you are driving from Markethill, take the B3 Coolmillish Road towards Keady for 3.91 miles and turn right onto the Ballymacnab Road at the signpost for Seagahan Dam. The reservoir is a further 0.74 miles along this road.