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Hillview, Tulla

Hillview, Tulla

Bed & breakfast accommodation with packed lunches and dinners available.

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Entrance to Hillview B&B, Co Clare Ireland/
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Bedroom with double and single bed/
Bedroom with pine double bed/
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A well run family owned guest house in delightful countryside and catering well for anglers. Your host is Tricia Halpin and Hill View is located in Tulla in the heart of County Clare with lots of smaller lakes and the vast Lough Derg within a short drive. This is an ideal location for both serious and family anglers with good fishing in a scenic setting. Just 20 minutes from the Dublin to Limerick motorway for easy access. With Ireland’s scenic West Coast only 20 minutes drive this is the perfect location for combining a coarse fishing holiday with sea fishing.

Double, single, twin and family bedrooms (some en-suite) include Wi-Fi, TV and hairdryer. There is also laundry facilities.

There is a bait room and walk in cold room plus storage facilities with drive in tackle shed. Guests can also arrange a tour of the local lakes. Transport can be arranged to the local pub for guests.

Ample car parking.

PRICES FROM:

LOW SEASON – Ferry & 7 nights bed & continental breakfast

Car and 4 - £369 per person; Car and 2 - £421 per person

Supplements apply to high cars and vans

Prices may be subject to change - please contact us direct for the latest deals

Fishing in Co Clare

The East Clare Lakelands offer some of the best coarse fishing opportunities in Ireland, with more than 40 loughs and numerous rivers teeming with rich stocks of tench, bream, rudd, roach, perch and pike. Known for its tranquil setting, Lough Graney is a prime spot for coarse fishing. The lake is surrounded by scenic countryside and is relatively quiet with stocks of bream, roach, tench, perch and pike. Another smaller, serene lake ideal for anglers seeking a quiet fishing experience is Lough Bridget. It has good shore access and is well-stocked with bream, roach, tench and perch.

Spanning counties Clare, Tipperary, and Galway, Lough Derg is the third-largest lake in Ireland. Approximately 40km in length and up to 13km wide this lake has numerous bays, inlets and islands. Expect to catch bream, skimmers, roach, hybrids, tench, perch and pike. Pike fishing on Derg is outstanding with lots of big fish to be had. Areas with plenty of weed beds and drop-offs such as Scarriff Bay, Portumna and Dromineer are excellent spots for pike fishing. Access on foot is restricted along the northern shoreline and that’s a pity because the standard of fishing can be excellent. Bank fishing space can be found at the various cruiser marinas around the lake.

On the Tipperary side of the lough the best fishing is at Garrykennedy, Dromineer and Terryglass. On the County Clare side there is good mixed fishing at Scarriff and Mountshannon. Boat hire on Derg will open up a huge amount of coarse fishing access. Use boats for pre-baiting and accessing the remote but productive shoreline. Several marinas offer boat hire services.

A change of scene and fishing is provided by the Lower River Shannon at O'Brien's Bridge. The river sections close to Lough Derg are productive for coarse fishing. The slow-moving waters are ideal for targeting bream and roach.

The East Clare Lakelands offer a rich and varied fishing experience in a stunning natural setting. Whether you’re targeting bream in the calm waters of a secluded lake or hunting for pike in the expansive Lough Derg, the East Clare Lakelands provide a rewarding and peaceful fishing adventure. Tackle shops are available in nearby towns such as Portumna, Killaloe, Scarriff and Ennis all offering bait, tackle and local advice.

Spring and Summer are the prime time for coarse fishing, with fish being more active in warmer waters. Pike fishing can be particularly productive during colder months. Wherever you fish in Ireland, the chances of catching fish are hugely improved by pre-baiting to attract fish into your chosen swim. Ideally this is done the evening before (or for a couple of days) using breadcrumb or local maize meal carrying particle baits such as sweetcorn, boiled wheat, hemp and pellets. Early morning and late evening are generally more productive as fish tend to feed more actively during these times.

For further tips and advice check out our YouTube channel - anglersworldlive

 

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