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River Finn

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River Finn

The River Finn rises in Lough Finn in Co. Donegal and flows East through a deep Mountain valley to Ballybofey. The Finn is 40 miles long and together with its tributary the Reelan River, drains a catchment area of 195 square miles.. The upper reaches of the Reelan and the River Finn are fast and spaty downstream to Ballybofey and can give excellent sport with the fly when the conditions are right. From Ballybofey downstream the river becomes deep and less spaty, thought here is a mile of nice fly water at Killygordon. In all there is more than 25 miles of salmon fishing on the river from Flushtown right up to Bellanmore Bridge and part of the Reelan too. There is good Sea Trout fishing at Liscooley and Killygordan and from Ballybofey to Bellanamore Bridge.

Finn 1

Above Photo by Peter McMullan (www.ariverneversleeps.com)

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