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Fishing on the Suir River

Listed under Fishing in East Coast Ireland, Ireland.

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The Suir is simply one of the great trout rivers of the world. It flows more than 100 miles south from the Devil’s Bit Mountain in County Tipperary into the sea at Waterford. It has a phenomenal head of trout and still boasts marvellous hatches of fly. A great deal of it is open to visitors through day tickets – one of the best places to stay and explore is Cahir. Again, it fishes all summer long, and the evening fishing can be superb.

Written by  Tom Fort.

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