First salmon of 2016 for Rock House was caught on 12 April by our regular Belgian guest Pierre. Congratulations for a lovely 9.5 pounder and too unfortunate that he lost his second salmon !
Did you know that the Rock House parklands, which are spread over 100 acres, won an award for best park in Ireland in 2002 for its biodiversity? The park is home to rare species in Ireland, such as the Austrian pine (pinus nigra austrica), chestnut tree (castanea sativa) and several wild rhododendrons, fuschias, etc., some [...]
We are located on the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW), one of the longest coastal routes in the world, with around 2,500 km of wild and often panoramic coastline. Visit the (beautiful) Wild Atlantic Way website.
Would you like to catch large pike on Ireland’s biggest lakes ? The biotopes can be tricky, but produce some trophy fish (pike as well as brown trout and salmon). Don’t hesitate to ask us for more information or visit http://www.pecheirlandeconnemara.com