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The River Suir, County Tipperary.

Twofords Bridge, Holycross, Thurles.

Above, view of the River Suir from Twofords Bridge, Holycross area, Thurles, County Tipperary.

The River Suir and its tributaries, noted fishing waterways.

Towns of County Tipperary.
The river Suir flows through the centre of County Tipperary winding its way from Borrisnoe mountain, north of Templemore, passing close to Templemore,  through Loughmore and Thurles, on through Holycross, famous for its Abbey and Ardmayle.  

Then on, close to Cashel at Camas, through Golden passing beside Athassel Abbey, and on through Knockgraffon and Cahir. Then on through Ardfinnan, Newcastle, Knocklofty and Clonmel, and on through Kilsheelan and Carrick on Suir, through Fiddown to Waterford to meet the rivers Nore and Barrow, then to sea.



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Tributaries &
Confluence
En Route
Towns Villages Areas
En Route
T - Towns V -  A -
Of Note
En Route
R - Ruins
A Borrisnoe Stone Circle
V Loughmore Castle R
Mill
The Drish
between Thurles
and Holycross
T Thurles Cathedral
Tower House
Famine / Military
Museum
V Holycross Abbey
Bridge
V Ardmayle House R
Tower House R
Bridge
A Camas Bridge
The Multeen
close to Golden
V Golden Tower R
Bridge
A Athassel Abbey R extensive
Tower House R
The Aherlow
The Ara

between Bansha 
and Cahir
A Knockgraffon Motte R
Church R
Tower House R

Scenic Area close to
Bansha: Glen of Aherlow.

Scenic Views of
The Galtee Mts which include:

Galtymore or Dawsons Table 3,018
Greenane 2,636
Farbreaga 2,378
Knockeenatoung 1,977
Lake Muskry
Lake Curra
Lake Diheen

The Thonoge
between Cahir and
Ardfinnan
T Cahir Abbey R restoration ongoing
Castle
Swiss Cottage
Bridge
The Tar
between Ardfinnan and
Newcastle

The Duag
meets the Tar
between Ballyporeen and
Clogheen.

V Ardfinnan Castle Private
Abbey R
Bridge

Scenic Area close to
Clogheen: The Vee.

Scenic Views of
The Knockmealdown Mts
which include:
Knockshunaha 2,150
Sugarloaf Hill 2,144
Knocknagnauv 2,152

The Nier
between Newcastle
and Clonmel
V Newcastle Castle R
Bridge
A Knocklofty House
Bridge
A Marlfield House
Lake
The Anner
close to Clonmel

The Anna,
The Clashawley,
and
The Moyle
meet  the Anner between
Fethard and Clonmel.

T Clonmel House R at Ferryhouse
Bridges
County Museum
Tow Path

Scenic Views of
Slievenaman 2,363 &
The Comeragh Mts
which include:
Fauscoum 2,597
Knockanaffrin 2,478
Coumfea 2,340
Crotty's Lake
Lake Coumshingaun

V Kilsheelan Castle Private
Church R
Bridge
Tow Path
The Pill
close to Fiddown
T Carrick on Suir Tudor Manor House
Church
Bridges

Extract from the Southern Fisheries Region Brochure:

Game Fishing
The River Suir, which flows over limestone, holds good stocks of brown trout and the region between Ardfinnan and Carrick on Suir frequently offers impressive salmon fishing. The river has been described by eminent angling journalists as 'an anglers' paradise'. Many of its tributaries particularly the Drish, Multeen, Ara, Tar, Nire and Anner produce superb trout angling.

Contact for further information:
Southern Regional Fisheries Board. Anglesea Street, Clonmel, County Tipperary.
Tel: 353 52 23624 Fax: 353 52 23971

View of the river Suir at sunset, Clonmel.
Above, view of the river Suir at sunset, Clonmel. Inset - Retrospect By Charles J. Boland.

 

 

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