For information on fisheries with facilities for disabled anglers in Ireland go to:
Cahir and District Angling Association
Cahir DAA have 12 miles of water on the Suir and Aherlow rivers.
The suir fishing starts at Suirville down stream to Ballycannon Bridge. 0.75 miles rated as very good trout water.
Google Street View, River Suir, Suirville
Next stretch is from the concrete style below Ballycannon Bridge downstream for 2.5 miles.
Draganbeg to the nettings is next down to the meetings of the Suir and Atherlow.
Fishing on the Atherlow is from Killdriffe Bridge upstream on the left bank and downstream from Cappagh Bridge to the junction. Google ref meetings 52.404823, -7.945823
Cahir Park and Swiss Cottage is the very best water with 6 stands, 3 on either bank for wheelchair users. The Club water here recieved the acclode of Regional Centre for Excellence for Brown Trout Fishing here.
Below Cahir Park follows Ballybrada and Finall Carrigatha.
Day and week tickets available for trout and for salmon (salmon are C & R at present) from the Heritage Shop in the Square in Cahir, call 052 7442730
All in all a lot of first class wild brout trout water.
For more detailed information try this link to Fishing in Ireland:
See Lough Derg Below
North Tipperary Angling Centre
Located at Kellea House near Ballinderry the centre has fishing on a 17 acre lake stocked with rainbows and brown trout. There are also some native pike and perch. The fishing includes a 600 yard stretch of the Ballyfinboy.
Boats and bank including stands to fish from that might be suitable for some anglers with disabilities. Fly only but float fishing the worm is allowed on the river.
Call 353 87 2756775
Google Map Ref 53.006108, -8.211528
At 13,000 hectares this is a very daunting prospect to fish. Best known for it excellent coarse fishing with monster pike (there is a tale of a 92lb pike being caught) and great bream, tench, roach and perch the loch does hold good stocks of brown trout and a species of trout called croneen that are unique to Derg.
There are a number of places around Killaloe Bridge. The one shown in the Google Screen Shot below on Lakesde Drive looks accessible but no safety rails. There is disabled person parking.
Google Street View Disabled anglers access, L Derg, Shannon
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Templemore District Anglers
Templemore DA have a stretch of the river Suir from the head waters to Rossestown Bridge. Some very good brown trout fishing.
In addition they have coarse fishing on the lake in Templemore Town Park where there are good stocks of bream, rudd, pike, tench and hybrids.
There are stands for fishing and with good access some are suitable for anglers with disabilities
Day tickets available from the club secretary call 083 0483189