Dun, Dall & Glenariff Rivers
Picturesque and charming, the Dun is the biggest of the
Glens of Antrim rivers. Born on the upperslopes if dramatic
Glendunn the river winds its way down to the Irish Sea at
Cushendun where the seatrout fishing is excellent. A spate
river the Dun nevertheless features good holding pools in
the bottom reaches. Tidal at the town, the Dun produces
great sport especially on an evening tide. Wild brown trout
is abundant here and a three-pounder was caught recently.
Salmon runs appear from August to October. The Dall and
Glenariff are smaller but offer excellent sea trout fishing
in a number of hlding pools. Local fishing methods include
worming, spinning and fly.
How to get there
Cushendun is located on the B92 just off the A2 scenic
antrim coast road. The Dall and Glenariff can be accessed
fromt he A2 coast road.
||contact Mr T O'Neill Tel: 028 2177
||Brown Trout, Sea Trout and Salmon
||1st March - 31st October
||All legal methods.
||10 inch for Trout. Salmon: 2 fish
bag limit per day.
||Fishery Conservancy Board Game
||Glens Anglers Permit
||O'Neill's Country Sports, 25 Mills
Street, Cushendall. Tel: 028 2177 2009
The Mace Shop, 5 Main Street, Cushendun. Tel: 028