The Erne Waterway comprises two characteristically distinct systems: Upper Lough Erne (which is joined to the Shannon system and forms the Erne-Shannon Waterway) and Lower Lough Erne.
Together they form what is surely one of Ireland’s most diverse fishing waters.
Lower Lough Erne is a huge expanse of water, over five miles wide at its widest point. At 18 miles in length from Enniskillen to Roscor/Belleek, the lough is dotted with numerous islands, rocky outcrops and reaches depths of over 200 feet in places. This makes ideal habitat for Pike, Perch and Brown Trout.
Upper Lough Erne, on the other hand is a maze of channels and islands with vast reed beds and ideal habitats for Pike and Perch.