Cootehill nestles between the rivers Dromore and Annalee, both main tributaries of the vast Lough Erne system.
The sport in these fisheries alone would satisfy many anglers with roach, rudd, skimmers, hybrids and bigger bream together with perch, pike and the occasional big trout. However, with 26 lakes also within a 10 mile radius of Cootehill, who could ask for more? The size and nature of these lakes varies from the vast Lough Sillan in the south to beautiful Annamakerrig in the north and the smaller reed-fringed town lake in Cootehill itself. The variety of species and sizes of fish also varies from one venue to the next, but all are capable of providing good catches on their day. Visit Cootehill on your next angling holiday and you won’t be disappointed.