Mill Lough Bellanaleck


County Fermanagh, UK

Fishery Information:

Mill Lough Bellanaleck is a popular fishery located near Enniskillen. This lake is stocked annually with takeable fish, including rainbow and brown trout. Upwing olives and fast-fished lures are commonly used at this location.

What size do the fish go to?

The minimum takeable size for both rainbow and brown trout at Mill Lough Bellanaleck is 25.4cm.

What tactics work well?

Fly fishing is the only permitted method at Mill Lough Bellanaleck. It can be done from non-mechanically powered boats or from the shore. Upwing olives and fast-fished lures are popular choices among anglers.

What facilities are on site?

Mill Lough Bellanaleck offers ten fishing stands situated where access is difficult, a disabled fishing stand, and a car park. Fishing from non-mechanical boats is permitted, but these boats must be hired from the listed riverbank owners; private boats are not allowed. There is a quarry path running along most of the northern shore.

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available in the car park at Mill Lough Bellanaleck. The car park is located beside the slipway, which also features a disabled fishing stand.

Additional Information:

Both a DAERA game rod licence and a DAERA game angling permit are required to fish at Mill Lough Bellanaleck. The shores of the lake are varied, with large stretches of clean, stony areas on the eastern and southern shores. Boat fishing is from the car park on the southern shore.

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