FlyFishConnemara.com is pleased to announce a 8-day / 7-night hosted fly-fishing trip to Connemara, Ireland from May 14 – 21, 2013. The 8-day fishing itinerary is designed to introduce intrepid fly anglers to fly-fishing for native brown trout and Atlantic salmon on some of the best rivers and loughs in the region.
The 8-day trip is offered all-inclusive (with the exception of alcohol) with accommodations at The Anglers Return, an award-winning guest house overlooking the Ballynahinch River. All meals including full Irish breakfasts, pub and picnic lunches, and dinners at some of the finest restaurants in Connemara are provided. Transportation to/from Dublin and all transportation during the trip is also included, as are all guide fees, tips, daily fishery permits and your fishing license. No effort has been spared to make this incredible Irish fishing and cultural experience as uncomplicated and enjoyable as possible.
For pricing, more information, and to make a reservation,
please visit: www.flyfishconnemara.com/hosted-trips.php
ABOUT CONNEMARA: Oscar Wilde called it “a savage beauty”; Connemara is a haunting landscape of rugged mountains, sparsely inhabited valleys, desolate bogs and rocky shorelines. Located in County Galway, the westernmost corner of Ireland – where they say the next parish over is Boston – Connemara is home to wild ponies, Gaeltacht districts of Irish (Gaelic) speaking residents, historic sites and ancient ruins, the mountains and bogs of Connemara National Park, the lovely villages of Clifden, Cleggan and Roundstone – and some of the most beautiful landscapes in all of Europe.
ABOUT THE ANGLERS RETURN: Selected as one of Bridgestone’s “100 Best Place to Stay” in Ireland 2012, and winner of multiple hospitality awards, The Anglers Return was built in the 1800s as a sporting lodge. The interior décor includes the original wooden floors, old maps and antiques. The spacious, high-ceiling dining room features antique tables and chairs, seascapes, models boats, and musical instruments – along with an extensive selection of Irish literature and travel guides. The tile-floored sitting room is furnished with a comfortable couch and fireside chairs, with a blazing fire in the open fireplace. A three-acre garden includes paths winding through azaleas, an organic vegetable patch, wild rocky outcroppings and bluebell woods.