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Coarse Fishing River Bann, Northern Ireland

The River Bann drains Lough Neagh and can be found near the towns of Coleraine, Kilrea and Portglenone.
Portglenone Movanagher canal Hutchinsons Quay downstream view Hutchinsons Quay
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The river also has a population of roach, bream, roach/bream hybrids, perch, rudd, trench, gudgeon and numerous pike. There are brown trout in parts of the main channel and in all the tributary rivers. Sea trout and grey mullet occur in the Bann estuary. In the tributary rivers, such as the Moyola, the dollaghan, a unique species of trout exists, which migrates to and from Lough Neagh.
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Species: Bream, Roach-Bream, Gudgeon, Hybrid, Pike, Perch
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Season: All year round for coarse fish
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Permits: Â£10 approx per day
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