Fishing Lake in Belfast

Find a Place to Fish in Belfast

Find out where to fish – ALWAYS BEST TO GIVE THEM A RING – search for the best places to fish near you, local fishing spots, using our fishing lakes directory.In addition, learn more about species that can be caught in these waters as well as places to buy fishing tackle, licenses, equipment etc. from our friendly experts listed here.

Craigmore Fishery, 30 Clonkeen Rd, Randalstow, Antrim, BT41 3JL
Tel. 028 9447 2806

Strath Halladale Partnership, 30 Clonkeen Road, Antrim, BT41 3JL
Tel. 028 9447 2806

Tildarg Fishery, 42 Breckenhill Rd, Ballyclare, BT39 0TB
Tel. 028 9334 0604

Fishing Lake Belfast

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Covering the following areas in Belfast: Ampthill, Arlesey, Barton-le-Clay, Bedford, Biddenham, Biggleswade, Cardington, Colmworth, Dunstable, Eaton Bray, Flitwick, Haynes, Henlow, Luton, Northill, Oakley, Ridgmont, Riseley, Shefford, Silsoe, Toddington, Turvey, Whipsnade

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Fishing Lake in  Belfast

You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

The fish were still feeding and John, with several permit under his belt in the past few years, was quickly into one on a shrimp fly. The fight lasted 20 minutes, going much the same way as Robin’s, except that Jose’s part in proceedings was a bit more impressive this time. Having failed a couple of times to tail the circling fish, he threw dignity to the winds and dived full length on the fish, completely disappearing under water for a couple of seconds before emerging with a mouth-splitting grin and an identical fish to Robin’s.
Success then went to their h

‘Mr Cuthbertson, thank God we’ve found you! We thought you were at the bottom of the lough. Get in man, get in.’
Charles climbed into the passenger seat and they began the drive back to the hotel.
‘Where did you spend the night?’ O’Reilly asked.
‘Old Maire took me into her cottage and looked after me.’
The car screeched to a halt so abruptly that Charles nearly hit his head on the windscreen.
Charles told his story to an increasingly incredulous O’Reilly. When he had finished, the man said nothing, turned the car round and drove back the other way

‘What the hell happened?’ cried Andrew.
Chris’s face was white as a ghost and the expression on his face told its own story: he had just received the biggest fright of his life. His mouth opened, but nothing came out. He just pointed despairingly behind him.
Andrew shone the torch over the fence and two cows stared back at him, their eyes shining bright in the torch beam. What had happened was that Chris had decided to have a quick nap before taking on the leviathan fish, forgetting that there were cows in the field and that cows a

Full List of areas covered on our Belfast Fishing Lake Directory:

Andersonstown, Ballylesson, Belfast, Carryduff, Drumbeg, Dundonald, Dunmurry, Finaghy, Hannahstown, Newtownbreda, Sydenham