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River Ballinderry

County Tyrone

Latitude: 54.65192 | Longitude: -6.616369

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Contact details

Coagh, Cookstown, County Tyrone

028 867 37055

Description

River noted for Salmon, Brown Trout, Dollaghan, Roach and Bream fishing. Run by Coagh Angling Club.

Details

Day Tickets are available for non club members.

Brown Trout can be landed on the river from 1 March-31 October. The club voluntarily enforces a 9 inch rule - we would prefer that any fish under 9 inches are returned to the river.

Day Tickets are available from:

  • Chairperson - John Hagan, 5 Mullagh Road, Maghera. Tel: 07793502487
  • Committee Member - Alex Bradley, 35 Bridgend, Coagh, Co. L/derry.Tel 028 867 37085
  • Near Buy Store, Main Street, Coagh, Co. Tyrone
Key Species:
  • Salmon
  • Brown Trout
  • Dollaghan
  • Roach
  • Bream

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ballibderry

The season opens on March 1 closing on October 31. Throughout the season there are a lot of Brown Trout in the river. In May - June and August - October Dollaghan and Salmon are caught on the river. Fishing with maggot is not permitted on this beat , fishing is restricted to worms, bread, wet/dry flies and spinners. The use of sweet corn is permitted for coarse fishing but not game fishing. Dollaghan are land locked trout indigenous to Lough Neagh and the Ballinderry River. Best wet flies are: black pennell, Connemara black, greenwells glory and Peter Ross, best spinner No. 2 brass mep with red spots. Normal water depth is 3-5 ft with some holes considerably deeper.

Species

Bream

Brown Trout

Roach

Salmon

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