The River Boyne (Abhainn na Bóinne in Irish) rises in Newberry Hall (County Kildare) and makes its way East for more than 70 miles, through Edenderry (County Offaly), Trim, Navan, Slane (County Meath), and Drogheda (County Louth) before entering the Irish Sea between Mornington and Baltray. The Boyne is famous for its Brown Trout fishing with a number of fish in the two to four pounds bracket recorded annually and the occasional fish much larger, but it also gets good runs of Salmon and Sea Trout.
1 mile left bank & 2 mile right bank either sid eof Navan, with a further 2 miles, known as the famous Blackcastle Fishery, as well as 1 mile, known as the Dunmoe Fishery.
The River Boyne gets a good run of salmon and sea trout throughout the year. Every possible chance of a double figur fish!
Brown trout fishing can be fantastic, with species caught regularly up to 3lb and over.