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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Northern ireland: united kingdom

Hunting and fishing trips in Northern Ireland: United Kingdom: known for coveted woodcock and wildfowl drives, brown and rainbow trout fishing on lively rivers

Northern Ireland shivers its visitors with eerie shore cliffs and absolutely isolated fields inhabited only by solitary winds. A fantastic location for driven shoots, the winds place the bird directly in your tracks and add speed for that extra kick. Through the Valleys of Slieve Beagh towards the midlands, there's a wide selection of prime bird hunting spots, each better than the next. Make sure your shotgun is clean and clear, you'll need it in pristine condition for the constant flush of pheasant, partridge and duck that zoom past on each drive. The woodlands of muted green lean with the winds, the woodcock revered for its erratic flight paths and unpredictability is found here in incredibly high volumes. The woodcock is a true icon of bird shooting mastery. These birds that soar the clear skies fly straight over the ice cold rivers that trace Northern Ireland's landscape. In these rivers the offering of wild brown trout, rainbow trout and pike cannot be ignored. Between Upper Lough Erne and the Fermanagh Lakelands, the waters are alive with prolific fish, bream, roach and perch swim in large numbers among many more. Sea anglers will find their cure on the shore with magnificent crashing waves and waters familiar with the wrath of the north. These waters have cod, coalfish, wrasse, turbot, mackerel and haddock but the list goes on and on. A good idea would be to rent one of the charming light houses and make sure your trip allows you to fully embrace the seas for all its luxuries.

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