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Fishing the Wild Atlantic Way
Out at the very edge of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) stretches for 2,500 km along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Malin Head in Co. Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork, it is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. It has become one of the most popular ways for visitors to explore the wild and rugged
ountryside of western Ireland. The route is clearly marked making it easy for travelers to find their way from one place to the next, so whether you’re looking for remote getaways, action-packed activities or rich cultural experiences, the Wild Atlantic Way is just waiting to be explored.
Ireland is well known as a top angling destination and it should be no surprise that there are a wealth of fishing opportunities available along the WAW. Whether you are a keen angler or a complete newcomer, you will be happy to know that there are plenty of places where you can take a stop off and spend a day or two fishing. This short guide has been put together to introduce you to some of the fishing opportunities available on the route, describing some of the angling highlights you will encounter, and giving maps and information on other fisheries that are well worth exploring. So, all you need to do is to pack a couple of rods in with the rest of the luggage and look forward to enjoying the fantastic scenery and great fishing that the WAW has to offer.