Price is a daily rate per person, bank fishing or tube.
The Owenriff is a small fishery, composed of a number of inter-connecting lakes and joined by a river that runs of the large bog into Galway Bay at Inverin, besides Joyces supermarket. It is a designated sea trout fishery and so a state salmon / sea trout licence is required as well as a permit from Ireland West Angling.The first lake is called Loughaunagun at Redhill and has a road all the way up to it. This road lies on the right hand side just before the Poteen Still pub in Inverin and will bring you up to the edge of the lake through the local co-op bog.
The next lough is called Lough Bealacooan and is a large lough reached by walking over the bog for about 20 minutes. It is safer to follow the stream from Loughaunagun as the bog can be soft in parts. This lough is extensive and will provide you with a full day’s fishing. It is easily fished from the banks and has good stocks of small wild brown trout. Coming into this lough is water from the top most lough called Lough Mor and is not as big as Bealacooan. These lakes have been little fished this past number of years and would expect that they would only fish for sea trout and the odd girlse in late July onwards if one got a wet summer to bring fish up. Development work is scheduled to clean the river between the lakes in 2017 which should improve access and spawning on gravel to be introduced.Ideal waters for using a tube as loughs are not too big and little fished. Would suit anglers who enjoy walking to wild places and delight being out in the wilderness and having peace and quiet with only the birds to disturb you.