Seagahan Dam is 70 acres in size and can be found by taking the B31 Newtownhamilton Road from Armagh, turn left at the chapel and follow the signs for Seagahan Dam. Seagahan Dam is a public reservoir and is confined to fly fishing only.
Lowrys Lake lies 2 miles outside Armagh on the A51 Hamiltonsbawn road. It is a beautiful 28 acre lake which offers excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout.
Shaw’s lake is a 40 acre water which can be found by taking the A28 Newry Road from Armagh at Markethill
Tullynawood, Darkley and Aughnagurgan lakes are all located in the Keady area of Armagh and are all under the control of Armagh Angling Club.
Armagh Angling Club is an organization with a forward thinking ethos about not only providing quality game fishing but also about many other aspects directly connected to promoting our sport. The club care greatly about making game fishing accessible for all who wish to participate, men women and children, all are welcome. The club and committee are enthusiastic about environmental issues including habitat improvement, removal of non indigenous species, improving water quality and the conservation of our native wildlife. We are keen to encourage young people to join the club and this is represented in the very competitively priced joining fees for members under the age of 18 on the first of March. The club welcomes all visiting anglers and provides not only excellent fishing but friendly up to date advise regarding what lakes are fishing well and the best methods to use to improve your chances of catching.
Cathal Doyle (Chairman) & Nigel Jennings (Committee Member)from Armagh Angling Club present a cheque for £450 to Sarah Bryant & Christopher Donnelly from Benburb Angling Club who were running different events this year to promote the charity CHILDREN WITH CANCER UK. This cheque was the proceeds from the Midsummer Madness Competition run by Armagh Angling Read more about Children with cancer UK.[…]
Armagh angling club will hold its annual hatchery open day on Saturday the 25th of February 2017. Everyone is welcome and staff from the hatchery will be on site to answer any questions. Children must be supervised at all times for safety reasons. Members and non members will be able to see the fish for Read more about Hatchery Open Day[…]
Mr Nigel Jennings and Mr Cathal Doyle persent a cheque of £250 to Mrs Margaret Neville of Marie Curie (Armagh branch). Funds were raised through running a competition at Lowry`s Lake Armagh at the end of the season. A good turn out on the day in question , all taking part caught fish. Well done Read more about Marie Curie hand over of cheque 18-01-2017[…]
2016 Was a year that the club carried out a lot of work around the Hatchery and Lowry`s Lake . The treating of algae and weed in Lowry`s Lake was a great sucess. Around the Hatchery cleaning of all the tanks had to be done , hard and dirty work but we got there in Read more about Work Parties 2016[…]
The Friendship Cup This was another close fought competition but in the end Banbridge came out on top again!!!!! lol but its not the winning that counts(lol) its the taking part and meeting up with old friends and I must say the fishing was great at both venues. I would like to thank Banbridge Club Read more about Club Competitions[…]
The 55th Annual Generl Meeting of Armagh Fisheries Ltd incorporating Armagh Angling Club will be held in the Dobbin Street Community Centre at 19-30pm on the 18th of January. All members are urged to attend , could members pass this on to other members . regards Chris
With the early summer weather in May and the warm weather continuing throughout June and July many lakes have suffered with large blooms of algae and rapid growth of weed mainly Canadian Pond weed. The club have been actively working with appropriate personnel in taking advice on how best to manage this phenomenon. Lowry’s lake Read more about A Quick Update[…]
The 2016 Friendship Cup between Armagh Angling Club and our great friends in Banbridge Angling Club has become a favourite event in our clubs calendar. The first leg will be fished on April 2nd on Shaws lake. The teams will meet at Shaws lake carpark at 9.30 am sharp and fishing will commence at 10.00 Read more about Friendship Cup[…]
Armagh angling club are proud of our quality waters and fishing. We in the committee have always prided ourselves in how we protect our hatchery from the potential of disease or the introduction of alien species. We would like to extend this protection to the lakes and with this in mind we would ask members Read more about Protect our waters[…]