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Angling in the Banbridge District

Various, Banbridge, County Down, BT32 3RU
Angling in the Banbridge District

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The Banbridge District is a paradise for the keen game angler, the main areas being at Corbet Lough, Lough Brickland Lake and Upper River Bann. There are also about 10 other small lakes in the area, all of which are open for coarse fishing. Small boats are available for hire from Corbet Lough.
Licences can be obtained at Corbet Lough from a manned hut or from Coburns Angling supplies in Scarva Street Banbridge.. Day Tickets for Corbet Lough are available from the Boat Attendant's Office (P: 028 4062 5039 or 075 9102 7557) or the nearby Anglers Rest (P: 028 4067 1515).

A Day Ticket costs just £15 (there is 20% discount for Membership Plus card holders) for a 4 fish bag limit. Boat hire is available for just £3 per hour (includes boat, electric engine, battery and life jacket) by contacting the Boat Attendant's Office
For further details and an angling guide, contact Banbridge Tourist Information Centre.

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  • Groups catered for
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  • On site parking

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* 09:00 - dusk

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