Angling at Lough Corry
This mountain lough in Lisnaskea Forest is reputed for good brown trout fishing. Anglers can wade on one side of the shore. This lough provides excellent fishing from a boat. Wild stocks are supplemented by takeable brown trout stocks. Fishing is particularly good in the evening time.
Key information about Lough Corry
|Season||1 March to 31 October|
|Methods||fly fishing, spinning and worm fishing|
fly fishing from boats only
|Daily bag limit||four trout per rod|
|Size limit||minimum takeable size 25.4cm|
|Boats||fishing is permitted from non-mechanical and electric boats|
|Licence||DAERA game rod licence: Game rod licence prices from DAERA|
|Permit||DAERA game angling permit: Game angling permit prices from DAERA|
|Facilities for people with disabilities||see below|
This is an upland lough and fishes well when the weather gets warmer, from April until September.
Facilities for people with disabilities
There is one disabled fishing stand near the quarry dust surfaced car park and slipway. Get more details:
How to get there
Take the M1 and A4 to Fivemiletown. Take the second road on the left towards Cooneen and Carnmore. Corry (signposted) lies on the right just before you reach the scenic area at Carnmore, 7.45 miles from Fivemiletown.
Go south-east on the A34 to Moorlough Cross. Turn left by the B36 towards Roslea. Turn left at Dernawilt Crossroads and go for 2.98 miles to Lough Corry.