- Angling Promotion and Development
- Sponsorship, funding, grants etc
- Midland Fisheries Fund
- Salmon Conservation Fund application process
- IFI Sponsorship Programme
- Tús Programme - opportunies for angling projects
- Waterways Ireland Sponsorship Programme
- Heritage Council Grants Programme
- Bridging loans for angling clubs
- Trading Online Voucher Scheme
- Community Finance (Ireland)
- Sustainable Development Fund Programme -Marine Tourism and Angling
- National Strategy for Angling Development Fund
- Socio-Economic Survey of Recreational Anglers
- National Strategy for Angling Development
- Angling Trade Shows
- Guide to the Design of Accessible Angling Stands
- Ireland's record fish
- Buy your salmon licence online
- Salmon Angling Regulations
- Sponsorship, funding, grants etc
Funding for fisheries projects
Funding is available to anglers and other fisheries interests for development projects and other sponsorship initiatives through a number of avenues. These include Inland Fisheries Ireland programmes, Waterway's Ireland funding, Heritage scheme grants etc
Inland Fisheries Ireland runs a number of funding programmes each year. These relate to funds accumulated through the sales of salmon licences (Conservation Fund), Midland Fisheries Group permits and the annual Sponsorship Programme. Full details of these programmes will be published here each year.
Funding Call 2018
Inland Fisheries Ireland Funding Call 2018 is made up of the following funds:
Salmon Conservation Fund of €500,000
- The Salmon Conservation Fund is generated from the sale of salmon angling and commercial fishing licences and which represents a major contribution by licence holders to wild salmon conservation. The revenue created from the Salmon Conservation Fund is reinvested to pro-mote the recovery of salmon stocks and habitats.
- Applications are invited from contributors to the Salmon Conservation Fund which may include angling clubs, commercial fishermen and fishery owners with an interest in a salmon fishery and who have purchased a salmon angling or commercial fishing licence.
Midland Fisheries Fund €50,000
- The Midland Fisheries Fund is a sustainable funding mechanism through which angling clubs and organisations can access funding to undertake sustainable development works in the Midland Fisheries Group permit area. The fund has been created through angler contributions set-a-side from the Permit Income received by Inland Fisheries Ireland in the Midlands Fisheries Group permit area.
- Applicants must have paid a Midland Fisheries Group permit to be eligible for this fund.
Requirements – All Funds
Please note that only applications that contain all required information, as set out in this guidelines document can be considered for funding. A quality check of all applications will be undertaken to ensure compliance. Where applicants do not have all information they are advised to collate this information before making an application for funding.
Making an Application for Funding 2018
- All applications must be made online via the online applications portal which can be accessed on https://ifi.smartsimple.ie/s_Login.jsp
- Click here for staff login to online application portal
- Information on all funds can be found in the Information Guide for Applicants Document: pdf Funds guidelines for Applicants (5.97 MB) . This provides information on what can be funded and what is required to make an application.
- Information on how to use this portal can be found in the user manual. pdf User Manual (2.16 MB)
- Funding Calls Open 12th June 2018
- Funding Call Closes 3pm on 11th July 2018
- Funding Awarded End July
How to appeal a funding decision
2018 Fund Announcement
Inland Fisheries Ireland announced its National Strategy for Angling Development Scheme 2018 in June 2018 with a €550,000 fund available for habitat restoration and conservation projects. The following projects have now been awarded funding:
National Salmon Conservation Limit Assessment 2018/19
Inland Fisheries Ireland - € 107,015
A National Salmon Conservation Limit Assessment 2018/19 which will include:
- National Catchment-Wide Electrofishing Programme and full report.
- Use of telemetry (PIT tagging) to assess salmon stocks with full report.
- Salmon life history data with full report.
Currane - STAMP
Inland Fisheries Ireland €55,814
Investigation into the decline of sea trout stocks in the Currane system - Currane - STAMP (Currane - Sea Trout Assessment and Monitoring Plan)
A new research project to look at the decline of sea trout stocks in the Currane System. The project will support the appointment of a Research Officer to develop this project in the South West of the country.
River enhancement - Knockbridge - Cambells property
Dundalk Salmon Anglers (DSA) €1,500
Knockbridge, Dundalk, Co. Louth
A new ‘Appropriate Assessment Screening’ project on the River Fane which will help determine if future salmon conservation works on the river may be suitable.
Glore River Weir Restoration Project 1. Crayfish Survey
Inland Fisheries Ireland €450
A new screening project which will look at crayfish at the Glore River Weir with a view to informing and supporting future development works including the re-instatement of a number of weirs on the river.
The Decommissioning of a Weir on the River Dalligan, near Ballyvoyle, Co. Waterford
Inland Fisheries Ireland €37,200
River Dalligan, Ballyvoyle, Waterford
A project on the River Dalligan to decommission a weir near Ballyvoyle. The project will also include research around fish stocks and habitat in advance of taking the weir out of operation.
Design of a Fish Barrier (Screening)
Slaney River Trust Ltd €15,000
Tailrace entering the River Slaney at Clohamon Weir, Clohamon, Co. Wexford
A project on the River Slaney which will see the construction of a fish barrier to support fish migration. The project will help protect fish stocks in the area.
Yellow river enhancement project
Lough Derravargh Angling Club €15,000
A new river enhancement project on the Yellow River which will include riparian enhancement and regeneration works.
The project will improve the available spawning and nursery of brown trout with an aim to provide more brown trout to the lakes and rivers in the area. Ahead of the commencement of the project, ‘Appropriate Assessment Screening’ will be carried out to ensure the suitability of the enhancement works.
Enhanced Riparian area and provision of disabled angling stand
Athleague Tidy Towns €14,874
A new project which will enhance the river bank on the River Suck. The project will encourage anglers of all abilities to the site.
Overview of Funding Applications
The projects receiving funding under all three streams of the 2017 Funding Call are as follows:
- River Barrow, shore side, Woodford Dolmen Hotel Grounds, Killkenny road, Carlow - Jetty situated on the bank of the River Barrow - Woodford Dolmen Hotel (€5,802)
- Brackley Lake, Co. Cavan - Footway to improve access to angling along Prospect Shore at Brackley Lake - Cavan County Council (€31,444)
- Killnahard, Ballyheelan, Killnaleck Co. Cavan - Improve boat slip and car park for angling access at Killnahard Bay - Lough Sheelin Trout Protection Association (€24,850)
- Templeport Lake, Kildoagh, Templeport, Bawnboy, Co. Cavan - Templeport Lake Fishing Stand - Templeport Development Association (€2,000)
- Fanore, North Co. Clare - Angling equipment for Juvenile Training and Coaching Programme - Lisdoonvarna Fanore Sea Angling Club (€6,875)
- Derg Isle Adventure Centre, Carrowmore,- Angling equipment to develop youth angling – Ducey’s Personal Development Academy (€2,000)
- River Blackwater (Munster), Mallow, Co Cork - Restoration and Enhancement of Angling Facilities catering for Game & Coarse Anglers in Mallow Town on River Blackwater (Munster) - Mallow Development Partnership (€89,157)
- Deasy’s Stream, River Bandon, Bandon, Co. Cork - Deasy's Stream Rehabilitation Project - Bandon Angling Association (€8,399)
- Buncrana Co. Donegal - Feasibility study for habitat enhancement and angling access on the Crana River - Buncrana Anglers Association (€2,000)
- Tully Dungloe, Co Donegal - Tully Boatshed, for angling boat repair and storage - Rosses Anglers Association (€21,492)
- Gweebarra, Coolvoy, Doochary, Co. Donegal - Salmon fishing enhancement project - Gweebarra Fishing Club (€4,000)
- Dunfanaghy, Sessiagh and Purt Lakes - Replacement lake boats to improve angling access - Dunfanaghy Angling Association (€6,575)
- Lough Keel, Skerry, Kilmacrennan, Co.Donegal - Angling boats to improve access to angling - The Letterkenny & District Anglers Association (€5,684)
- Loughanure, Anangry, Co. Donegal - Wheel Chair/Less-Abled lake access - Loughanure Anglers (€11,269)
- Bunagee Pier, Culdaff, Co. Donegal - Junior Sea Angling Taster Sessions - Culdaff Sea Angling Club (€4,275)
- Owencarrow River, Glen Lough and Lough Natooey, Creeslough, Co. Donegal - Development Plan 2014-18 for Angling, Tourism and Conservation on the Creeslough Fisheries - Creeslough & District Angling Association (€223,750)
- Ray River, Carrowcanon, Falcaragh, Co. Donegal - Ray River habitat rehabilitation project - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€27,000)
- County Donegal - Marketing & Promotion of Game & Sea Angling in Donegal by the Donegal Angling Tourism Alliance (DATA) - Creeslough & District Angling Association (€24,638)
- Crolly River, Gweedore, Co. Donegal - Crolly River Habitat Restoration and Improvement - Crolly Angling Association (€5,760)
- Royal Canal & Grand Canal Dublin - Expansion of summer youth angling programme - Finglas Youth Resource Centre (€5,988)
- Straffan to Celbridge Fishery, Co Kildare - Feasibility report on the Straffan to Celbridge Fishery - Dublin Trout Anglers’ Association (€2,000)
- Dublin - Marketing and promotional events to grow angling club membership - Dublin Trout Anglers Association (€1,300)
- Altnabrocky River, Bellacorrick, Co. Mayo - Protection of further spawning areas & bank reinforcement - R Hewat (GlenAlt Syndicate) (€15,000)
- Louth, Dublin, Wicklow, Meath, Kildare - Dublin Angling Initiative - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€70,062)
- Calla, Kilconnell, Ballinasloe - Disabillity carpark and access point and new permanent fishing stand - Kilconnell Community Development Association Ltd (€6,810)
- Owenglin River, Couravoughill,Clifden. Co Galway - Improvement of Owenglin river access walkway - Clifden Trout Anglers Association (€19,530)
- Tuam, Co Galway - Angling equipment to develop youth angling - Outdoor Ranger Ltd (€2,000)
- Leenane public carpark, Co. Galway - Fisheries species, habitat and angling information signage - Leenane Development Association (€122)
- Bundorragha River, Bundorragha, Whin Pool, Leenane, Co.Galway; Finlough Weed Control, Delphi Leenane, Co.Galway - Angling Access Delphi Fishery - Delphi Fishery Ltd (€1,614)
- Clare River south bank from Claregalway village in the townland of Lakeview to the most easterly point of the townland of Lydacan - Clare River angler access from Claregalway to Gortatleva (Phase 1) - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€7,888)
- Dawros River, Kylemore, Letterfrack, Connemara, Co. Galway - Kylemore Abbey Angling Access Programme - Kylemore Abbey & Gardens Ltd (€19,881)
- Annaghdown, Co Galway; Ballindiff, Co Galway; Commercial boat club, Galway City; Collinamuuck Co Galway; Cornamona, Co Galway; Cong, Co Mayo; Oughterard, Co Galway; Moycullen, Co Galway; Headford, Co Galway; Kilbeg, Co Galway; Cross, Co Mayo - Fisheries enhancement and angling access project - Lough Corrib Angling Trout Federation (€3,517)
- Abbert River, Monivea - Tiquin Area - Abbert River Spawning & Habitat Regeneration - Cairde Na Chlair (€56,685)
- Possible filming locations are as follows: Spring time roach fishing - River Shannon, Portumna, Co. Galway; Bream fishing in Ireland - Timplehouse lake, Ballymote, Co. Sligo ; Hybrids fishing on the feeder - Garadice lake, Co. Leitrim; Pole fishing in Ireland - River Inny or River Shannon; Canal Fishing in Ireland, Grand Canal - Promotional Angling Videos - Cathal Hughes Angling (€1,875)
- Baurisheen, Oughterard, Co Galway - Purchase of boats to improve angler access - Kevin Molloy Boat Hire (€4,375)
- Kilroe (Cahermorris ) River, Kilroe, Annaghdown, Co Galway - Fencing & in-stream development - Annaghdown Angling Club (€3,026)
- Bunownen River, Glencroff area and Leenane - West of Leenane Invasive Species Survey and Management Plan - Forum Connemara CLG (€1,837)
- Carrick Shore, Clonbur, Co Galway - Angling boats to improve angler access - Hugh O'Donnell (€4,000)
- River Bunowen, County Galway - Rock ramp on River Bunowen, Ahascragh - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€120,000)
- Lough Corrib, Glann, Oughterard, Co Galway - Angling boats to improve angler access - Lough Corrib Boats (€7,500)
- Glencorbet, Kylemore, Co Galway - Kylemore Riverbank and spawning bed restoration project - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€10,238)
- Bealanabrack River, Kilmilken, Maam, County Galway - Riparian management, Bealanabrack - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€4,400)
- Big River, Tralee, Tralee Town, Co Kerry - Big River Habitat Improvement Scheme - Kerry County Council (€12,335)
- River Feale, Triereragh, Duagh, Listowel Co Kerry - Access road, car park and disabled angling stands and box type bridge and guard rails - Daniel O Donoghue (€22,000)
- River Feale, Triereragh, Duagh. Co Kerry - Feasibility study, environmental impact study and document preparation into the improving access to angling for disabled persons - Daniel O Donoghue (€4,373)
- Dungeel, Gortnascarry, Ballymalis and Beaufort Co. Kerry - Walkways Stiles and Bridges Roadways and Carpark Improvements - Laune Salmon and Trout Anglers' Association (€2,033)
- Various beaches and public bridges and piers, Co Kerry - Youth angling development project - Kerry Diocesan Youth Service (€7,470)
- River Laune, Killorglin, Co Kerry - Angling equipment for pilot youth angling development programme - Caragh Bridge Angling Club (€1,012)
- Kellyville Lake, Ballintubbert, Co Laois - Feasibility Study on water levels in Kellyville Lake in Laois by Kildare-based club - Athy & District Anglers Club (€6,300)
- Co Leitrim - Angling Marketing Guide: Discover Angling in Leitrim - Leitrim Integrated Development Company CLG (€1,197)
- River Loobagh, Kilmallick, Co Limerick - Invasive species identification and Management Program in the Ballyhoura Catchment area - Ballyhoura Development CLG (€667)
- Lough Leebeen, Rathmore, Aughnacliffe, Co Longford - Provision of a public toilet for the use of anglers in Leebeen Park, Aughnacliffe - Leebeen Park Development Ltd (€9,072)
- Lanesborough, Co. Longford - Equipment for youth angling initiative - St. Mel's College Angling Club (€800)
- Lakes in and surrounding areas of Longford - Small easy to manage boat for less able persons to access angling - Melview Lodge (€3,143)
- River Dee. Cappogue, on Drumcar Weir, Co Louth - Dee Fish Counter Project 2017 - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€31,467)
- River Boyne, Boyne Valley, Co.Louth - Boyne Valley Fishing Guides website enhancement - Boyne Valley Fishing Guides (€1,950)
- River Erriff, townland of Glennacally, Co Mayo - Erriff bank protection/ Western Way walk 2017 - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€23,383)
- River Moy at Tawnaghbeg, Straide, Foxford, Co. Mayo and four other locations - Tourist and Angler Information Maps - East Mayo Anglers Association (€5,763)
- Lough Corrib, Cong, Co Mayo - Replacement of timber walkway and redevelopment of The Roach Pond, Cong - Cong and District Anglers Association (€7,380)
- River Moy, Laghtmacdurkan & Ardhoom Tds, Meelick, Swinford Co. Mayo - Erecting/Replacement of stiles and footbridges along club waters of the River Moy - East Mayo Anglers Association (€4,059.08)
- Erriff River, Letterass, Kilbride, Co Mayo - Development of angling access and walk way facilities at Aasleigh Falls - Mayo County Council (€12,500)
- Cuilbaun, Tawnaghbeg, Straide, Foxford, Co. Mayo - Disabled Anglers Facility - East Mayo Anglers Association (€154,087)
- Newport Quay and Clew Bay - Equipment for training novice sea anglers - Newport Sea Angling Club (€1,103)
- Cushlough, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo - Car park resurfacing and parking alignment & security fencing - Ballinrobe and District Anglers Association (€21,263)
- Carrowniskey River, Carrowniskey, Louisburgh, Co. Mayo - Riverbank regeneration, Carrowniskey - Anthony Jordan (€529)
- Louisburgh, County Mayo. - Carrownisky River Rehabilitation Project - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€9,080)
- Owenmore River, Drummin East, County Mayo - Owenmore (Drummin East) Bank Rehabilitation Project - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€6,150)
- Co Mayo - Fish Counter replacement - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€31,467)
- Glenummera,, Teevnabinnia, Co Mayo - Bank reinstatement and rehabilitation of the Glenummera River, which is one of the main spawning tributaries of Delphi Fishery for wild salmon and sea trout - Delphi Fishery Ltd (€15,000)
- Altnabrocky River, Bellacorrick, Co. Mayo - Protection of further spawning areas & bank reinforcement - R Hewat (GlenAlt Syndicate) (€15,000)
- Kells Blackwater, from Lough Ramor, Co. Cavan to Headford Bridge, Kells, Co Meath - Tourist/Visitor mapping and pamphlet design and production - Kells Anglers Association (€1,580)
- River Boyne, Ballybatter, Balreask New and Balreask Old, Navan, Meath - Fisheries enhancement project - Navan Anglers (€7,740)
- Trimblestown and Boycestown - Installation of fencing, drinkers, deflectors, top up gravel shoals, bank protection works etc - Trim Athboy Angling Association (€15,000)
- River Deel, Grange Beg, Killucan, Westmeath - Deel habitat enhancement - Boyne Catchment Angling Association (€15,000)
- Kells Blackwater, Carnaros, Co. Meath - Hartion's Bridge - Instream habitat enhancement works - Kells Anglers Association (€15,000)
- River Boyne, Athlumney, Navan, Meath - Spawning gravel - Navan Anglers (€4,920)
- Lough Muckno (Fane Catchment) Concra, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan - Develop Angling Access at South Lodge, Lough Muckno - Monaghan Co Council (€111,369)
- Anny Shore, Lough White, Anny, Co Monaghan Resurfacing of existing access road and carpark - Monaghan Co Council (€20,549)
- Lisgillan, White Lake, Cremorne, Co Monaghan - Improvement of access road and carpark - Monaghan Co Council (€29,206)
- South Shore, Lough Major, Ballybay, Co Monaghan - Improve access to the fishing stands - Monaghan Co Council (€1,706)
- Knappagh Water, Lacken ,Cortubber. Co Monaghan - Upgrading and providing new fishing infrastructure - Bawn Area Community Group Limited (€15,270)
- Blackwater (main channel) from Ballagh Bridge to Favour Royal - Feasibility study to develop access to southern bank of Northern Blackwater - River Blackwater Catchment Trust (€5,000)
- Louth, Dublin, Wicklow, Meath, Kildare - Dublin Angling Initiative angling equipment - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€8,057)
- National Project - Atlas of Big Fish in Ireland - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€35,603)
- National Project - Youth Angling Development - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€80,259)
- National Project - Pop up pond - bring angling to the people - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€1,100)
- National Project - Angling simulator for introduction to youth angling - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€2,000)
- Tullamore River, Tullamore Town, Co Offaly - Feasibility study of the Tullamore River - Offaly County Council (€2,000)
- Grange Lake, Strokestown, Co Roscommon - Angling equipment to develop tourism & access to Strokestown lakes - Grange Lodge (€4,467)
- Shannon River, Lackan Td., Kilteevan, Co Roscommon - Portrunny Slipway, Lough Ree - Roscommon County Council (€50,000)
- Frances River, (Suck catchment), Castlerea, Co Roscommon - Fisheries enhancement on the Frances River, Castlrea - Castlerea Town Trust (€24,601)
- Bealnamullia, Cuilleen & Ardgawna townlands, Monksland, Athlone, Co Roscommon - Cross River Walkway - Roscommon County Council (€50,000)
- River Shannon - Quayside wall, Ballyleague, Co Roscommon , Co Longford & various locations at Lough Ree - Feasibility study for a new angling centre, boat and tourism facility - Lough Ree Angling Hub (€935)
- Cavetown Croghan, Boyle, Co. Roscommon - Cavetown Angling Renewal/Development: Reinstate fishing stands, erection of foot stileriparian zone improvement, fish passage improvement, spawning enhancement and provision of in stream structures - Cavetown Residents Developments Company (€98,144)
- Portrunny, Fearragh, Ballymurray, Co Roscommon - Portrunny Aquatic Biodiversity Sign - Portrun Development Association CLG (€1,728)
- Western end Lough Gill at Aughamore Far Co.Sligo - Replacement jetty structure Aghamore Far- Lough.Gill - Sligo Anglers Association (€15,456)
- Bellanascarrow Lake, Lavally, Ballymote, Co. Sligo - Upgrade of access for mobility impaired anglers and enhancement to existing angling facilities - Ballymote & District Angling Club (€17,374)
- The falls and ladders Ballisodare fishery, Ballisodare, Co Sligo - Part funding of fisheries angling access development project - ballisodare fishing club ltd (€20,000)
- River Easkey, Dromore West, Co Sligo - Habitat enhancement and angler access improvement - River Easkey Angling Club (€13,500)
- Duff River, Bunduff, Co. Sligo - Duff River Angling Access Path - Sligo County Council (€40,312)
- Lough Gill, Hazelwood Demesne Td, Calry, Co Sligo - Restoration of breakwater, silt removal of semi enclosed area and boat slip clearance. - Inland Fisheries Ireland (€6,089)
- Garavogue River, Cleveragh Demesne, Sligo - Assessment of the potential environmental impact for the installation of four accessible angling stands on Garavogue River - Sligo County Council (€2,000)
- River Anner, Co Tipperary - River enhancement and restoration programme on River Anner - Clonmel Tourism CE (€32,000)
- Glengoole, Thurles, Co Tipperary - Lough Doire Bhile, Tree planting to improve shelter for anglers in open area - Sliabh Ardagh Rural Development CLG (€6,797)
- Knockaderry Reservoir, Kilmeaden, Co Waterford - Replacement of angling boats - Waterford City and County Trout Anglers Association (€9,850)
- River Blackwater, Salterbridge, Cappoquin, Co Waterford - Repair and improve access to stream deflector - Cappoquin Salmon and Trout Anglers Association (€27,236)
- Tudenham Stream, Rochfort Demense, Mullingar, Westmeath - Tudenham Stream enhancement - Lough Ennell Trout Preservation Association (€10,509)
- Kilpatrick, Hopestown, Mullingar, County Westmeath - Kilpatrick Stream enhancement - Lough Ennell Trout Preservation Association (€13,939)
- Mid Shannon and nearby lakes and waterways - Angling marketing material for Athlone.ie - Westmeath County Council (€2,000)
- Tullaghan, Lough Owel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath - Jeep & trailer parking to increase angling access at Tullaghan, Lough Owel, Mullingar - Westmeath County Council (€24,372)
- Lough Derravagh, Dunore Shore, Multyfarnham, Co Westmeath - Boat slip improvement and jetty - Lough Derravargh Angling Club (€39,800)
- River Vartry, Ashford - River Vartry rehabilitation: Tree pruning and invasive species removal - River Vartry Protection Society (€13,025)
- Arklow Harbour - Sea angling access ladders upgrade in Arklow Harbour - Wicklow County Council (€10,267)
- County Wicklow - Angling equipment to assist local community groups in providing their students and clients with access to supervised angling activities - Fishing Futures c/o Wicklow Travellers Group (€1,630)
- Wicklow Harbour - Sea angling access ladders upgrade in Wicklow Harbour - Wicklow County Council (€10,267)
- Bray Harbour - Sea angling access ladders upgrade in Bray Harbour - Wicklow County Council (€10,267)
Projects approved for funding - next steps
- Successful applicants were notified by email through the online portal and issued with a Conditional Letter of Offer and Funding Agreement on 11th December 2017.
- If applicant is in agreement with the terms and conditions associated with their funding offer, the Funding Agreement along with all outstanding supporting documentation must be signed and uploaded to the online system by 31st March 2018.
- Once all of the above have been received a member of the Projects Office will then issue the applicant with a confirmation letter, uploaded to online system, confirming that all supporting documentation are in order and notifying the applicant that they now have approval to proceed with the project. You will also be notified that you must contact a nominated IFI staff member in the first instance prior to the commencement of any works. Projects must not commence before this letter to proceed has been issued by the Projects Office, failure to do so will make the funding award null and void.
- Inland Fisheries Ireland will look for updates and inspect your project periodically during the work phase. If you have any issues or delays please contact us immediately.
- On completion of your project the nominated IFI staff member will inspect all works undertaken and issue a Project Completion Report to the Projects Office. On the basis of satisfactory completion of works and signoff by nominated IFI staff member a Project Funding Claim Form will be sent to the applicant for completion and drawdown of funds.
- Projects must be fully completed and funding claim forms submitted before 30th November 2018. Proof of payments including receipted invoices and bank statements must be provided for all expenditure. Before and after photographs of the project will also be required.
Useful Contacts & Links:
Online Funding Portal Link: https://ifi.smartsimple.ie/s_Login.jsp
Helpful Information Documents
- For more information on Inland Fisheries Ireland’s Funding Call 2017, which is now closed, and the various funding streams including how applicants applied and how projects were assessed, download the Funds guidelines for Applicants
- For more information on how to familiarise applicants on the use of the Grant Application Portal when funding is made available, download the User Manual to Inland Fisheries Ireland’s Grant Application Portal.
- For examples of the types of projects that have received fusing in the past see: Funding Call 2017 Case Studies
- document Funding 2017: Information Workshops Presentation given at various venues countrywide in 2017 - Powerpoint (9.82 MB)
- pdf Grants Programmes Appeals Procedure (802 KB)
Click here for staff login to funding applications
Examples of IFI Funding Schemes
- Salmon Conservation Fund
- Sponsorship Programme
- National Strategy for Angling Development – Capital Grants Scheme 2016
Please visit the websites of the other funding bodies for the latest information regarding their schemes.