Operating from a base on the shores of Lower Lough Corrib, Brian Curran is an experienced game angler of many years. Whether it is fishing the duck fly early in the season, dapping the natural may fly in the middle of May or fishing in September using the olive or claret bumbles, the great lakes of the Corrib system, Corrib, Mask and Carra are unrivalled for their prolific stocks of game fish. The various methods of angling, the places to fish, the rocks to avoid and whether it is safe to be out in unkind weather, this is the store of local knowledge that the visitor has access to, when using the services of this qualified guide for your angling holiday.
Because of the size of Lough Corrib, stretching over 40,000 acres of limestone waters and its 365 islands it makes sense to make use of the guiding services and avoid wasting time in getting to know such a large body of water and the key fishing hot spots.
During the summer months, professional guidance can be given to ensure a successful day's angling whether it is fishing one of the numerous small lakes of the neighbouring Connamara area for sea trout, small wild brown trout or the chance of a salmon.
Deep sea fishing in Galway Bay for shark, conger, tope or mackerel can be organised from the village of Spiddal with trips arranged to go beyond the Arran Islands and out to the Atlantic ocean.
Also in the immediate area are a number of lakes in the Moycullen area were stocks of pike, roach, perch and bream provide ample pleasure for the coarse angler.
For the beginner Brian can provide instruction in basic fly-casting techniques and will arrange a complete holiday package covering different types of accommodation ranging from Bord Fáilte approved hotel, B&B or self-catering. Boat engine and tackle hire are also provided and the services of this experienced and qualified guide is sure to make your angling holiday one to remember.
Tel: +353 91 505999
Fax: +353 91 505901