Doo Lough

Magical Doo Lough

content_fishery_doolough_003Above Fin Lough, lies the formidable Doo Lough (Black Lake), one of the deepest lakes in Ireland and surrounded by steep mountains. Here, most of the fishing is around the edges, with splendid long drifts down either side. It is a lake for which the adjective “awesome” is entirely appropriate. Some would add “forbidding”, while others might say “majestic”.

Watch us on YouTube – Delphi Lodge Sea Trout Fishing Doo Lough Video

In the summer months, sea trout may be caught at Delphi, although stocks of these wonderful fish are volatile, being vulnerable to parasites from salmon farming. Sea trout must be released alive.

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“Delphi is an ‘Elysium Piscatorum’”  WALTERPEARD, ‘AYEAROF LIBERTY’, 1867

16/09/2017

36 for August and September Rolls On

We ended up with thirty six fish for August here at Delphi which wasn’t too bad, but we would have hoped for better given the number of fish in the system and conditions that were for the most […]

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26/08/2017

Fifteen since Last Update

As is often the case with August there are plenty of salmon in the system but they become more challenging from an angling perspective. Conditions have been good with plenty of water and levels rarely fell below 40 […]

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12/08/2017

73 for July

July this year saw a further improvement on June with 73 fish landed for the month as opposed to 55 in June. It was also a vast improvement on last year, with good numbers of fish running throughout […]

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