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Welcome to the Blackwater Salmon Fishing website. The home of Ireland's Premier Salmon Fishing.

We cater for all your Irish salmon fishing needs: Expertise, Equipment and great service

Welcome to the new and improved website of Ireland's best and most well known salmon fishing area... The River Blackwater.

With 10 beats on the river Blackwater in County Waterford, Blackwater Salmon Fishing aim to provide you with the best fishing experience possible; including specifically chosen stretches of the river to achieve the best results. I pride myself on giving you, my clients, a warm Irish welcome. That includes providing you with my personal fishing service and knowledge of 40+ years fishing these rivers.

My beats cater for all, from absolute beginners to the most experienced fishermen. I want to show my years of knowledge to you, so you can truly see what fishing on the Blackwater here in Ireland has to offer.

On my site you will find all you need to know about visiting the village of Ballyduff for your fishing break.

Everything from: accommodation, to beat information, to fishing tackle/ rods/ bate/ equipment suppliers.

Our numerous beats provide private, exclusive fishing rights, with your personal experienced fisherman guide, on the most prolific sections of the Blackwater river!

I cater for individuals as well as teams so.... if you've ever been tempted to give fishing a go... No better time than the present.
Fishing Lessons, equipment hire, etc are some of the services I can offer.

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Waterford | Ireland | Telephone +353 (0)86 3197790 | email

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