Local Angling Waters Stocked With Trout

Good news for anglers across County Down and Northern Ireland as the lockdown slowly eases now

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Good news for anglers across County Down and Northern Ireland as the lockdown slowly eases now and that angling is permitted after the DAERA ban because of the coronavirus epidemic.

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has stocked the following waters with takeable fish in May 2020.

With the recent showers of rain, waters will be partially replenished but water levels are quite low. And there will be a bit of colour in the water now too which should help those fishing with the worm.

The trout fishery lake at Castlewellan Forest Park in
County Down is a popular venue for anglers.

List of stocking in Departmental Waters.

4 May – Ahork, Brown Trout, 500.

4 May – Meenameen, Brown Trout, 500.

4 May – Lower South, Brown Trout, 1,000.

5 May – Bellanaleck, Brown Trout, 1,000.

5 May – Marshallstown, Brown Trout, 1,000.

6 May – Keenaghan, Brown Trout, 1,000.

6 May – Killylane, Brown Trout, 1,000.

7 May – Corry, Brown Trout, 1,000.

7 May – North Woodburn, Rainbow Brown Trout, 1,000.

11 May – Brantry, Rainbow Brown Trout, 1,000.

11 May – Lough Mourne, Brown Trout, 1,000.

12 May – White Lough, Rainbow Brown Trout, 1,000.

12 May – Middle South, Brown Trout, 1,000.

13 May – Lough Cowey, Brown Trout, 500.

14 May – Lough Money, Rainbow Brown Trout, 1,000.

18 May – Castlewellan, Brown Trout, 1,000.

20 May – Stoneyford Resevoir, Brown Trout, 1,000.     

21 May – Hillsborough, Rainbow Brown Trout, 1,000.