Coagh Angling Club

Fishery    
Brown trout, Dollaghan trout, Atlantic salmon

Club Water    
Situated on the lower Ballinderry River, this club water covers a 2km stretch from The Birch Wood up to Coagh Bridge. At roughly 20 meters wide, this stretch has a good head of wild trout and salmon which can be caught on the dry and wet fly.

During late June there is occasionally a run of early Dollaghan and salmon, however, these are best in the latter half of the season, July to October and give good sport on the fly and by spinning and worming.

Facilities    
Cars can be parked at Coagh Bridge in the village of Coagh.
Toilets and a picnic area are located near the car park
A restaurant and shops are available in the village centre

Season Ticket    
Adult Ticket £20
16 and under FREE

Day Ticket    
1st March – 31st July £5
1st August – 31st October £8

Ticket Outlets    
Near Buy Store
Main Street
Coagh

John Hagan +00 44 (0)28 867 3755

Club Rules

  • All fish under 9 inches must be returned
  • No fires to be lit
  • No bait digging
  • Only worm, lures and flies to be used
  • No maggots, prawns or shrimp

Bag Limit    
No bag limit for trout or dollaghan,
but catch and release is encouraged
Catch and release of Salmon mandatory

Guides    
Local anglers are willing to meet you and talk to you about the stretch and the beats.
Please contact the Trust on +00 44 (0)28 867 61515.

Club contacts    
John Hagan