Screebe offers its guests exclusive fishing in Connemara on 20 lakes and rivers and will provide the necessary permits. These waters abound with salmon, brown trout and sea trout. We never have more than one boat on any of our lakes at any one time and the Salmon and road pools are fished by only two fishermen and any one time. This keeps conservation at the heart of what we do whilst at the same time giving you the best opportunity to have a successful day.

Whether you are a fly fisherman or a deep sea angler you will find everything you could wish for. Our own traditional fishing boats will provide the perfect ambiance to while away for your day. We can also provide a gillie (professional guide) for your fishing tour.

To celebrate to reopening of the house to guests on a nightly basis we are delighted to offer the following rates. Our fishing experts will keep you up to date with the best timing of the fish runs for the coming season and will be at hand to answer any questions you might have.


7 nights (full board) & 6 days fishing €1,850 to €2,250
4 nights (full board) & 3 days fishing €950 to €1,250
3 nights (full board) & 2 days fishing €650 to €850
Extra fishing per day + €75
Guides (normally shared between 2 anglers) + €150
 *Includes 7 nights accommodation, all meals, and 6 days fishing in connemara.
The only extras are wine, drinks from the honesty bar & state salmon license, if required.


• The fishing season is from February 1st to October 12th
• Fishing requests should ideally be submitted as early as possible to avoid disappointment
• Priority is given to full-week bookings and guests staying at Screebe will have priority over casual day ticket requests
• All fishing reserved must be paid for; there are no rebates for unsuitable weather
• Fishing is by fly only
• Fishing rotates on a half-daily basis between the Road Pool and the Salmon Pool
• Lough fishing is normally from a boat, with 2 anglers per boat
• There are a maximum of 4 rods on each beat
• All wild sea trout must be released alive
• All Salmon are caught on a catch and release basis only
• All fin-clipped salmon must be killed for research