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Predator Fishing Ireland
Boyle, Co. Roscommon
Family friendly
Free car parking
Cloudy days
Predator Fishing Ireland is a top notch guided fishing service based in Boyle, County Roscommon, in the west of Ireland. They provide guided day trips or can arrange full holiday packages.

Based in County Roscommon, Predator Fishing Ireland knows all the best lakes and rivers that provide top fishing for both pike and trout. Fish for pike with many different methods like fly fishing, spinning, and jerk baiting, and for trout with fly fishing, trolling, and spinning.

Predator Fishing Ireland offers guided fishing trips to suit your needs, from the novice to the experienced fisherman or fisherwoman. Fishing equipment can be hired if needed.

Predator Fishing Ireland have added a brand new Crestliner Pro Tiler boat along with a brand new 80hp Honda engine and pega trailer. Space is maximised on the Crestliner Pro Tiler as it contains two rod boxes and many places to hold equipment. It also provides a large casting deck with maximum space for fishermen and fisherwomen. The 80hp engine will allow you to glide across the lake easily. They can now cater for larger groups throughout the season.

Whether heading off on a day trip or booking a holiday package, Predator Fishing Ireland can include packed or cooked lunches on the lake, as well as accommodation and recommendations for the many nice bars and restaurants in Boyle for a nice meal or just a drink. Airport transfer can also be arranged, if needed.

Why we like it
  • Guided day trips and packages specialising in pike and trout fishing.
  • Can provide packed or cooked lunches.
  • Their Crestliner Pro Tiler provides extra space and a large casting deck to cater for larger groups and a smooth ride across the lake.
  • Equipment may be hired if needed.
Contact details
39 Termon Rd, Termon, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, F52 TK84, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend up to 1 day here.

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