Welcome to Shean Lodge Fishery
An exclusive and stunning game fishing holiday destination in County Mayo, Ireland
Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout - Fly Fishing Only
8 Km Salmon and Seatrout River
11.5 Hectares Stocked Brown Trout Lakes
2 Km Mountain Stream
Please note, catch and release is not mandatory on our waters and is not expected to be so
Beat One – One Week Now Available
We have a cancellation for the week commencing 21 August 2020 at Shean Lodge Beat One.
Self-catering accommodation for 8 guests with 3km fly fishing on both banks of the famous Owenduff river.
To snap up this unparalleled opportunity or to make an enquiry call: +353 (0) 86 6075958
Surrounded by the natural world at its very best, you'll enjoy fly fishing for salmon and sea trout in stunning scenery complete with mountain views and rare and protected plant, bird and animal species. With 8 kilometres of double-bank angling over two distinct beats, and with a maximum limit of eight rods, you are guaranteed a peaceful, yet exhilarating, fishing experience. You’ll find more about the Shean Lodge fishing experience here.
The lodge itself is welcoming, both cosy and homely, and yet sleeps 14 comfortably, making Shean Lodge Fishery ideal for fishing groups or a family looking for an angling getaway break or holiday that comprises both river and lake fishing. You’ll find more about the Lodge accommodation here.
The Lodge and its facilities are available as part of the package for those renting Beat One.
There is plenty to do for those who would like to explore this beautiful part of Ireland even if they are not anglers, and the Lodge accommodation is also available outside the fishing season, an ideal retreat for the complete range of recreational holidays from soft adventure to simply chilling out. You’ll find more about local activities here.
Shean Lodge Fishery is family run and has been owned by the same family since the 1940's. The fishery and adjoining lodge is still used by the family today as well as being rented to avid anglers during the fishing season. Thanks to the stability in ownership and to the excellent management of the park and rivers, catch records, which date back to the 1930's, have remained consistent over the years.
We hope that you find our web site interesting, entertaining and informative. If you would like to know more or have specific questions then please feel free to contact us.
'There is certainly something in angling that tends to produce a serenity of the mind.'