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Fermanagh Classic Fishing Festival

Lough Erne, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, BT93 6HZ
Classic Fishing Festival 2023


Fermanagh Classic Fishing Festival 2024

Calling all fishing enthusiasts! Join us for the Classic Fishing Festival in Fermanagh, where anglers come together to celebrate the art of fishing and the beauty of Fermanagh's lakes and rivers. This year's Festival will take place from Sunday, 28 April to Friday, 03 May 2024.

Taking place from Sunday 28 April to Friday 3 May 2024, a full week of fishing is available with anglers having the opportunity to fish the three day Classic Fishing Festival as well as King of the Erne and the Erne Open delivered by ERNE Anglers.

We are also delighted to share plans of a hospitality programme for the 2024 festival. This programme will see some of our best loved town centre businesses host participating anglers each night of the festival with live entertainment and food & drinks promotions available! We thank Experience Enniskillen for their support in delivering this.

Click here to register for the 2024 Fermanagh Classic Fishing Festival :

Click here to register for King of the Erne and the Erne Open:

Keep an eye on Facebook for further information and updates

So mark your calendars, gather your fishing gear, and get ready for a week filled with laughter, camaraderie, and fantastic fishing action. We can’t wait to see you at the Fermanagh Classic Fishing Festival 2024.

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