The Bunnoe River
Flows south from Newbliss to join the Annalee at Lisboduff. There is excellent trout fishing from Magheratemple in the middle reaches to the confluence with the Annalee. Permits are available from Mr Patrick McCaul, Scotshouse. Tel: (047) 56013.
The Derryvalley River and the Dromore system
Produce some game fish. Enquire locally.
Is a 45 hectare lake approx. 5km from Shercock in the angle of the R192 Shercock-Cootehill road and the R162 to Ballybay. The lake holds brown and rainbow trout. Fishing is by fly only from the shore and permits are available from Mr Peter Smith, Moyduff, Shercock, Co Cavan (at lake side). This lake is a Northern Regional Fisheries Board Trout Fishery. Season open from May 1st to 30th September.
Lies 4 km from Shercock near Lough Egish in the angle of the R181 road to Castleblayney and the R180 Ballybay- Carrickmacross road. This lake is also approx. 45 hectares and contains brown trout. Fishing is by fly only from the bank. Club Controlled. Enquire locally.
From the Billy Fox Memorial Park to the confluence with the Annalee River, the Knappagh Water has been controlled and developed as a wild brown trout fishery by the Bawn Rod and Gun Club. All lawful methods are allowed. There is no bag or size limits but anglers are expected to return undersized fish carefully to the water. Season permits are available from Mr Pat Boyle, Lacken, Latton P.O., Castleblayney (042) 9669757.