Poulcraveen Doolin. This area is the rockey point North od Doolin Pier.There is good parking facilities beside Ngales campsite. Catches can include Mackerel, pollack and wrasse from rocks, spinning and float fishing.
The stoney beach to the south of Doolin pier.
Offers good beach fishing for bass, flatfish and dogfish. Spinning over rocks at northern end of beach for bass and mackerel.
Traghleachan south of Doolin
Rock fishing for pollack, wrasse, mackerel, conger, dogfish and occasional tope. (Spinning, float fishing and bottom fishing). Foul bottom.
Spinning for mackerel from end of pier at highwater. Bottom fishing for flatfish. Mullet in harbour.
Liscannor Beach, Co Clare.
This beach is on the Liscannor side of the River Inagh. Parking is at the lay-by just beyond the pitch and putt Course. The fishing area is just 200 yards east of the parking area towards the mouth of the River Inagh. This beach produces bass and flounder in suitable conditions. Early flood to high water using lugworm and sandeel is best. At high water, anglers can spin with artificial lures for bass and some seatrout in the main channel. Bait can be obtained from the graveyard section of the beach which is just below Liscannor village.
Shore Angling at Lahinch Beach, Co Clare.
This beach is very popular with bathers and large crowds. Use the stretch below the promenade at weekends in July and August. There is a new pathway above the high water mark leading to the far end of the beach towards the River Inagh. There is good parking facilities on the promenade. The flooding tide in suitable surf conditions is the best time to fish for flounder, bass and some plaice using lugworm, ragworm and sandeel. Seafield Pier is the nearest location to obtain bait. It lies about 2.5 kms west of Quilty. There is plenty of parking spaces in this area and access is easy. Bait digging for lugworm and some small ragworm is 150 meters to the left of the pier. Low water and the first 2.5 hours of the flood tide is the ideal time.
ANGLING REGULATIONS BASS It is prohibited to take and kill more than two bass on any one day. (Bye-law No.667) · Minimum overall size limit of 40cm. From tip of snout to end of tail. Closed season from 15th May to 15th June. Note: Penalties for breach of the above laws include confiscation of tackle and heavy fines.