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“Embrace a Giant Spirit” Experience:
The Lough Neagh Fishing Story

The giant heritage story of fishing on Lough Neagh, including its epic resilience during a very turbulent history, has rarely been told, and certainly has never been told before in this intimate way by a seasoned, practising Lough Neagh fisherman.

 

Well, now you are able to gain a snapshot of this largely unknown commercial fishing community for yourself!

 

Take a passenger boat tour, which will acquaint you with the working lives of traditional Lough Neagh fishermen - unfortunately, now very much an endangered species themselves - and the importance of the entire Lough Neagh ecosystem!

Details... 

Where?

A round trip to and from Ballyronan Marina, Lough Neagh (BT45 6JG). 

How long?

2.5 hours

When?

Available on request from April - the end of Oct (seven days).

On advertised dates on our social media from April to the end of October.
 

This tour is scheduled to run every Monday & Friday.
This tour can be booked to suit your schedule provided it does not clash with existing bookings. Please contact info@loughneaghsstories.com for more details.

Who?

  • Those interested in heritage.

  • Those interested in cultural experiences.

  • Those interested in exclusive, intimate, quality, memorable experiences.

  • Those interested in bonding with family and friends during such experiences.

  • Those interested in the natural environment, ecology and sustainability.

  • Those interested in good food, knowing where their food comes from, and eating healthily.

  • Those interested in fishing.

  • Those interested in supporting and sustaining rural workers and their way of life.

  • Those interested in rural tourism.

  • Those interested in community stories and community endeavours.

  • Those who appreciate the outdoors.  

  • Those interested in history, especially Irish history. 

  • Open-Minded Explorers!

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