Fishing in Kerry
Near Ballyroe Heights Hotel in Tralee
Based along the Wild Atlantic Way fishermen are spoilt for choice in Kerry with fishing excursions to suit all tastes, be that lake fishing, river fishing, sea fishing or shore fishing.
Fishing in Kerry
Whether you are a novice fisherman or an experienced angler, or you are a first time, visitors can experience plenty of well-stocked mountains streams, rivers and lakes offering excellent opportunities for trout and salmon fishing as well as numerous sheltered bays and inlets for beach fishing in Kerry.
If you are looking for a larger variety of fish species Dingle Bay is washed by the warm Gulf Stream bringing conger, pollack, wrasse, ray, blue shark and tope to the area. Our friendly reception team are more than happy to arrange fishing tours during your stay.
Why Stay With Us?
The award-winning Ballyroe Heights Hotel is the perfect base while exploring County Kerry. Our friendly reception team are happy to organise fishing trips, transportation, dining and entertainment during your getaway. We also offer complimentary use of our storage facilities as well as free on-site parking and WIFI.
Each of our guestrooms are complete with ultra-comfortable beds with large fluffy pillows to ensure the utmost of comfort after a long and enjoyable day of fishing. Enjoy spacious rooms with minimal themes and luxurious features including remote control lighting, ensuite shower and bath, flat-screen satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Relax, unwind and wake up feeling refreshed for another day of adventure and exploring ahead in Kerry.
Explore Fishing Locations in Kerry
Your Fishing Adventure begins at Ballyroe
Just 47 minutes from Ballyroe
Experience the thrills of deep-sea fishing in Dingle Bay. Avail of private or shared guided fishing tours ranging from 2-8 hours at Dingle Bay. Enjoy the scenery around the coastline of Kerry.
Ring of Kerry
Just 40 minutes from Ballyroe
The Gap of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass forged between the MacGillycuddy Reeks & Purple Mountain by glacial flows & offers many great routes at a good spread of grades, lengths and styles.