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Co Wicklow

Co Wicklow

At just 20kms from Dublin Wicklow is known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’ and has two main rivers, the Aughrim and the Avonmore.

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The Avonmore is a river that flows south-easterly from the Wicklow Mountains for around 20 miles where it joins the Avonbeg at the meeting of the waters, 1½ miles upstream from Avoca. It has stretches which alternate between deep, slow flowing glides to areas of fast flowing riffle and run areas culminating in deep pools. This beautiful river contains good stocks of wild brown trout to 8ozs, which is complimented by a stock of fish from 1lb to 1.5lbs in weight. The best of the fishing takes place in the early season from March to May or in the late summer and early Autumn period from August to September.

The Aughrim contains good stocks of wild brown trout with many of the fish being around 12ozs but larger trout often feature in anglers catches.

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