Sheen Falls Hotel

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The Weir Pool on the Sheen at Been Bridge. Despite the low water, there were about 50 salmon in the pool when the photo was taken.. ©Stewart Stephens Downstream of Been Bridge in low water. See if you can spot the salmon holding in the current!. ©Stewart Stephens Sheen Falls Lodge. ©Stewart Stephens

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The Sheen is privately owned and can only be fished by guests of Sheen Falls Hotel.
The Sheen is a spate river with 13 miles of fishing. It rises in the Caha mountains and flows through beautiful scenic valley on the N71 route from Kenmare to Castletownbere. There are over thirty pools in all. The first four miles to Dromanassig Bridge holds eight secluded pools, which are highly recommended fishing locations. The Sheen Pool, the Flat Pool, the Sand Pool and the Weir Pool just above the Sheen Falls hotel are the most popular.

The run of Salmon commences quietly in March and April, the main numbers comprise of Grilse who enter the river in late May to September with the best fishing in the months of June and July. The angler can enjoy the no bait restriction as spinning, worm, shrimp and fly are all allowed. Some fishing on Comeenlan river also, a tributary of the Sheen that flows in above Dromagorteen Bridge.

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