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The Culdaff

The Culdaff and Clonmany Rivers are noted for substantial runs of spring salmon and early sea trout are caught from March onwards. The Crana, Glenagannon, Donagh and Straths rivers yield good numbers of salmon and sea trout from May onwards. Wily brown trout are plentiful in all the rivers and streams of Inishowen and on the Mintiagh Loughs, Lough Fad and Lough Inn. Lough Fad is believed to be the only place outside Iceland where arctic charr are found. A number of different licences, dependant on where you plan to fish, are needed in Inishowen. Lough Foyle and the Culdaff River require a Foyle Fisheries licence.

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