Spinfish Fisheries with Access for Disabled Anglers - Meath

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Coarse Fishing

Royal Canal

Royal Canal at 146 miles long links the Liffey with the Shannon effectivly cutting ireland in half. Building it started in 1790 and finished 27 years latter a few years before railways arrived on the scene killing the canal.

The canal fell into disuse but in recent yaesr it has been revived as an amenity for boating and off course , fishing. The canal holds masses of fish along its length, big bream, rudd, roach, 8lb plus tench, big pike and carp.

Part of the canal runs through Meath and with a good tow path along its length there is good access to the fishing.

Of particular note in Meath is the stretch at Enfield where you will encounter some good carp in the harbour.

Google Satellite Royal Canal Enfield Harbour, Meath

Google Satellite Royal Canal Enfield Harbour

Google Map 53.413941, -6.839940

Checked 28/07/19