Angling at White Lough

White Lough is in a pleasant setting by Rehaghy Mountain, near Aughnacloy. The fishery is regularly stocked with takeable rainbow trout.

Key information about White Lough

Nearest town Aughnacloy
Area/length 9.3 hectares
Species rainbow trout and pike
Season 1 February to 31 December

fly fishing, spinning and worm fishing for trout - fly fishing only from boats

bait fishing for pike with barbless hooks or hooks with flattened barbs only and hook size four or greater

deadbaiting for pike is permitted using one rod only and should be a minimum size of 100mm

Daily bag limit four trout per rod
one pike per person
Size limit minimum takeable size 24.5cm
Boats fishing is permitted from non-mechanical boats only
Licence DAERA game rod licence (even when fishing for pike): Game rod licence prices from DAERA
Permit DAERA game angling permit (even when fishing for pike): Game angling permit prices from DAERA
Facilities for people with disabilities see below

Walking and boating

Visitors can walk around the shore, taking care to respect private land owners' adjoining land. Small boats are allowed but power boats are not.

Facilities for people with disabilities

Two disabled fishing stands are accessible directly from the car park. There is a hardcore and boardwalk path from the car park around the shoreline. Fishing stands are provided. Get more details:

How to get there

From Aughnacloy

Head southeast on A28 towards Dungannon Road (B35). Turn left and then right. 

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