Burrow Shore and Rosslare Strand

Rosslare Strand,
Co. Wexford
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Rosslare Strand (which includes the Burrow Shore) is located between Rosslare Point and Rosslare Harbour. To reach the Point drive straight through the village of Rosslare until the vast expanse of Wexford Harbour is seen. Road conditions will deteriorate and care should be taken with cars especially when fishing a spring tide. Drive towards the…

Morriscastle Strand

Morriscastle, Kilmuckridge, Co. Wexford Website

Morriscastle Strand lies 2.5kms south of Cahore Point and is accessed off the R742 at Kilmuckridge village. This is an extremely popular venue with shore anglers and is regularly used for competitions. One of the reasons for this venue’s popularity is its ability to produce specimen sized fish. Species encountered include bass, tope, smoothound, bullhuss,…

St. Helens & Ballytrent

St. Helens & Ballytrent
Killrane
Co. Wexford
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St. Helens and Ballytrent strands are located between Greenore Point and Carne. Greenore Point lies three miles east of the village of Kilrane and is the most easterly point of Co. Wexford. Fishing is over very rough ground for bass and dogfish. Flounder can be taken in the sandy patches.

Tinnabearna

Tinnaberrna
Co, Wexford
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Tinnabearna is located 8km south of Cahore and is accessed off the R742 approximately 3kms south and east of Kilmuckridge. This venue produces good fishing for bass, tope, dogfish, ray and smoothound in the spring and summer. In autumn and winter whiting, cod, coalfish, flounder and dabs are the main species. Long casts are an…

Carnsore Point

carnsore Point
Co. Wexford
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Carnesore Point is located approximately 4km south of the N25 and the village of Tagoat. Anglers should note that access is difficult and requires a one and a half mile drive over very rough terrain. The area offers good rough ground shore fishing for big wrasse, rockling, bass, pollack, dogfish and occasional conger. Tides are…

Blackwater Beach

Blackwater Beach,
Co.Wexford
Ireland.
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The stretch of coastline from Ballyconniger to Ballynaclash can be accessed from Blackwater Village. This area is a popular beach for bathing and off season and night fishing is probably best advised. The ground south of where the Blackwater River enters the sea is very broken and does not seem to hold many fish. Species…

The Coombe

The Coombe
Wexford
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The Coombe is a south facing steep-to, shingle and sand beach which is located between Carnsore Point and Kilmore Quay. This beach fishes best at night or when a south easterly wind has put the surf up along this shoreline. Fishing is best during the neap tides due to strong local currents. This area produces…

Curracloe

Curracloe,
Co. Wexford
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The stretch of coastline from Ballinesker to Raven Point is best accessed via the R743 from Curracloe village. It is mainly a spring and autumn fishery. In springtime bass, smoothound and flounder should be the target species with codling dabs, whiting and dogfish available in winter. Fishing a flood tide produces the best results particularly…

Kilmore Quay

Kilmore quay
Wexford
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This picturesque village of Kilmore Quay is one of the most highly developed sea angling centres in Ireland. A number of licensed purpose built charter boats operate on a daily basis from the marina. The huge all tide slipways can accommodate up to three simultaneous small boat launches and has greatly contributed to the expansion…

Wexford Harbour

Wexford Harbour, Co, Wexford Website

Wexford Harbour comprises of the large body of estuarine water located between Raven Point to the North and Rosslare Point to the South where the Slaney and smaller Sow Rivers enter the sea. The harbour is sheltered and shallow and contains several species of fish. There are a number of popular shore fishing grounds located…