Coarse Angling in Drumlane Parish.

County Cavan has been described as a “coarse angler’s paradise” by both Irish fishermen and visiting anglers from the U.K. and Europe. It’s stunning landscapes and beautiful waterways make for an unforgettable backdrop over the duration of your holiday. There are some 350 lakes and the river Erne and it’s tributaries to explore in Cavan, and without doubt the best starting point of all, are the lakes found in the parish of Drumlane.

The species to be caught here are as follows and are present in abundance: Pike, Perch, Bream, Roach, Roach/Bream Hybrids, Rudd, Rudd/Bream Hybrids, Tench, and Eel.

You can find Accommodation for the duration of your stay by clicking on the Business Directory banner located on the left of this web page. Some of the B&Bs can also provide or inform about boat hire. See a map here:

To find us via Sat Nav, our GPS Co-ordinates are N 54 04.1054  W 07 28.6678

For further details about fishing in the Parish of Drumlane

Contact Carl Morrow at:

A pair of 4LB Tench from Arden Lake.



Drumlane Community Website, Cavan, Ireland