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The sea is open to everyone while rivers are managed by clubs who provide permits at reasonable rates. The Feale River curls round Listowel and returns a good run of salmon and sea trout. The mouth of the river is a great place for flatfish – flounder, dab and plaice. The Smearla, a tributary of the Feale, is also good for salmon and trout. The season runs from 1 March to 30 September, and the sea or Fenit’s angling boats will take you further out. The west point of Kerry Head is a feeding ground for mackerel that come in from August on, and there are wrasse and pollock here and on the southern side of the Head. Ballybunion is especially good for turbot from May to late September and when the main beach is busy you can cross by the right-of-way through the Golf Club and onto the strand. Tralee Bay Angling Club holds competitions here in summer. You can take a rod onto Fenit pier, and two miles west of Ballyheigue, on the Kerry Head road is another pier which offers safe fishing.

Deep sea charter boats operate from Fenit Harbour.

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