The County of Kerry has quickly become a favoured venue for sportsmen who wish to shoot quality driven game in Ireland. Kerry is a game county with a plentiful stock of migratory game wildfowl. Woodcock, snipe and duck are wild birds whose presence depends on prevailing weather conditions.
This type of shooting does not suit guns looking for big bags and it is quite impossible to predict game numbers in advance
The mountains of Kerry with her picturesque glaciated valleys and topography that is testament to the sometimes harsh weather conditions of our exposed areas, offers the Deer Stalker the opportunity to Stalk the Sika deer amid some of the Ireland’s breath taking scenery. This visually stunning region has fast gained the reputation as one of Europe's Premier regional for Stalking Sika Deer.
The best shooting months for stalking are from September to December, however the season extends to February. After December the stalking becomes more challenging and the herds begin to scatter.
The County of Kerry is Ireland’s 5th largest county but has more coast line that any other County. With such an abundance of water and lakes there really no finer place to take fishing breaks in Ireland.
The Killarney Avenue Hotel is delighted to offer Fishing, Angling and Sea Fishing breaks through the year and in accordance with the fishing seasons.