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Lough Beagh
Churchill, Co. Donegal
Lough Beagh is located in the heart of Glenveagh National Park in the northwest of County Donegal. It holds a good stock of small brown trout, occasional salmon and can hold a moderate stock of sea trout in August.

Lough Beagh is nearly four miles long by about half-a-mile wide. It is fished for its sea trout and the best of the fishing is through August and September.

The season runs from 15th July to 30th September and sea trout and salmon run right through this period. Bank fishing is not permitted but two boats with engines are available for hire on the lough.

Contact details
Glenveagh National Park,Churchill,Co Donegal,Republic of Ireland
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