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Donaghaguy Reservoir

Newry Visitor Information Centre, Bagenal's Castle, Newry, County Down, BT34 2BY
Donaghaguy Reservoir

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This 1.25 acre trout factory is situated on the outskirts of Warrenpoint. It is a shallow spring fed reservoir stocked monthly with Rainbow and Brown Trout (1.5-8Ib). Worm and Fly Fishing are permitted but spinning is forbidden, anglers are asked to use 1.25 inch/3cm bubble floats only.

There is a size limit of 25cm but no undersized fish are stocked. There is also a bag limit, senior visitors may take 3 fish a day, junior visitors may take 2.

No boats are permitted and a Foyle, Carlingford and IrishLights Commission Game Rod Licence is required. Anglers must also acquire a fishing permit (available from Bennett's Bar (028) 4175 2314. The reservoir is fully accessible to the less able with fully tarmaced paths, car park and picnic area.

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