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Bawnboy, Ballyconnell, Co Cavan

St Mogues Island

St Mogues Island

St Mogues Island (Q) which houses the ruins of his monastery is situated in the centre of the lake and is of historically interest.

Access the lake via St. Peters Church (R), over the style to the shore bank or keep left at the church carpark.

Boats can be launched from the boathouse and this is the best way if you are fishing for Pike.

Garadice Lake

Garadice Lake

One of the largest lakes in the catchment area is Garadice Lake which at 950 acres is almost 630 soccer pitch.

Garadice Lake has numerous fishing areas to suit most weather conditions. The lake has a wealth of Bream, Roach & Hybrids, with weights up to 5kg.

Also the lake is rich in Pike with big weights recorded over the years.  Boats are the best way to catch these guys.

Pre-baiting this water is the best advice. Access to Haughton Shore at Garadice Amenity Area & Church Shore, drive the road along the shore to pick your peg/spot. This lake is used for domestic & international competitions

Bellaboy Lake & Templeport Lake

Bellaboy Lake & Templeport Lake

The Bawnboy River flowing out of Brackley feeds Bellaboy Lake up to 75 acres and also joined to Lakefield Lake by a stream.

This water has Roach, Bream and Hybrids. Access is alongside the main road, with parking alongside the houses (p). This lake “performs well after it rains” from angler Pete who fishing it for 3 weeks in May every year.

Templeport Lake has waters covering 100 acres. Roach, Bream, Hybrids & Pike can be caught here.

St Mogues Island (Q) which houses the ruins of his monastery is situated in the centre of the lake and is of historically interest.

Access the lake via St. Peters Church (R), over the style to the shore bank or keep left at the church carpark.

Boats can be launched from the boathouse and this is the best way if you are fishing for Pike.

Lakefield Lake & Bunerky Lake

Lakefield Lake & Bunerky Lake

Moving back to Bawnboy Village we head to Lakefield Lake. Access to the lake shore is down by Aiden’s.  Waters have Roach, Bream, Rudd and Hybrids. There are some stands & bank pegs here.

Bunerky Lake is upstream from Lakefield. This water has an abundance of large Bream, with weights of up to 4kg found in its deep waters of up to 36 feet covering 185 acres.

With its other comrades of Roach, Hybrids, Rudd & Perch, you can have a nice bag. This water is used for International

Competitions