Fishing

Looking after the needs of the shore angler, whether you are expert or novice, is very much our speciality and facilities include a tackle shop, fresh and frozen bait, fridge and freezer facilities, dedicated tackle and bait room and expert advice always available. Unique to Dromagowlane House for all our guests staying 2 days or more, there is a free guiding service to the best of the fishing marks, daily advice and free use of rods, reels and tripods.

Our main venues are predominately rock fishing with only a few sandy beaches. Forget the climbing gear however as one of the features is the very good access we have to many of our marks. The rocks are generally the easy ’step down’ variety and just as importantly most are no more than ten minutes from where you park, some much less.
Fishing is out over a mixture of ground with as you would expect the sandier areas being the best for our many species of ray with the more mixed ground for the quality huss and conger. For the lure enthusiast we have top quality pollack fishing with catches of over 30 fish to a rod often recorded with individual fish to over 10 pounds (5 Kilos). The area also offers plenty of opportunity to the bass fisherman whether using lure, fly or bait.


Another feature of the Beara is the depths you are fishing in to. Even a medium cast of fifty yards will put you into depths of thirty feet or more and with so much water under your feet, tides and day or night fishing are not as critical as in many other venues.
Under you feet are several species of wrasse which will happily snap up crab or worm baits while a mackerel head has taken many conger to 40 pounds.

 

If you feel like a day afloat then we can organise a day out with top charter boat.
For more information check out www.bearaseafishing.com