The Moy Ridgepool & Salmon Weir, Ballina, Co Mayo, Ireland

Fishing the River Moy in Mayo

at Ballina Manor Hotel

The Ballina Manor Hotel is situated along the world famous River Moy which offers the beginner or proficient angler a perfect opportunity to enjoy salmon fishing in one of Irelands hots spots. The River Moy is known as Ireland’s Premier Salmon River “Salmon Capital of Ireland”. It is in fact well known across Europe with many tourist's visiting Ballina for a few days fishing The River Moy.  Along with Salmon, you might also enjoy fishing for Sea Trout.

The fishing season runs from February 1st to September 30th each year.  It is advisable to check in with ghillies and anglers to confirm the local rules, rates and how to obtain a permit to fish on The River Moy.  

There are several beats along The Moy for fishing, The Ridgepool, The Cathedral Beat, The Ash Tree Pool to name but a few. These must be booked in advance and each beat has a different rate. The Ridgepool beat being the most famous and known by fishermen for their catches. Please click here to see tariffs for fishing on The Moy

Find out more on fishing on the River Moy by  here

Other fishing hots spots in Mayo are Lough Mask, Lough Conn, Lough Cullin, Carrowmore Lake, Owenmore River and Callow Lakes.

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Our Team are happy to help you with information on how best to book and go about fishing on the River Moy or you can also contact The Moy Fishery Office here in Ballina.

The Moy Fishery Office,
Inland Fisheries Ireland, 
Ardnaree House,
Abbey Street, 
Co. Mayo

Tel: 096 21332 Fax: 096 78850

We know sometimes that the best time for fishing is while everyone is snug & sleeping or having breakfast so let us look after you with a take away breakfast, lunch or Tea or Coffee so you can fish to your hearts content. 
Bringing your partner? Why not book one of our River View rooms so they can watch you while you fish?

Call us today on +353 96 80900 or email us  to book your accommodation for your fishing break to Ballina