Derryleckagh Lake


Newry, UK

Fishery Information

Derryleckagh Lake is one of the main sources of the Clanrye River. Originally a natural lake, it has been enlarged by a small dam & sluice. Access to the lake is granted by permission of the landowners. The lake spans a length of 2.77 kilometers.

What size do the fish go to?

Although the lake was once stocked with trout, it now primarily contains small pike. The exact size of the fish may vary.

What tactics work well?

While specific tactics are not mentioned, angling for pike typically involves methods such as spinning, dead baiting, or fly fishing.

What facilities are on site?

Specific on-site facilities are not mentioned. Anglers should verify facilities and regulations with the landowners when seeking permission to fish.

Is parking available?

Parking information is not specified. Anglers should check with the landowners for information on parking and access.

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