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Temple Springs Fishery

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Address: 11 Temple Road, Garvagh, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 2955 7191
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Temple Springs Fishery is a facility to cater for learning or occasional...

Temple Springs Fishery is a facility to cater for learning or occasional anglers. We cater for youth groups, parties, families, corporate events.Our spring fed lakes are located in the Sperrin Mountain range just outside Garvagh an old market town 12 miles south of Coleraine and the Triangle.The two lakes are extended lint dams from the 1800's and are fed by the historic Tober Aine springs. The springs are reputed for their healing powers and used in the 60's to supply Garvagh and Kilrea with water.The surrounding flora and fauna is wild and unspoilt providing an abundance of insect life for the fish and a visual feast for the anglers. The views are stunning and stretch from Garvagh Forest to Corky mountain and Slemish in the East.Temple Springs is a facility that can be hired by groups of up to 12 anglers and 4 supervisors. An induction can be given if required.The unique purpose of Templesprings Fishery is to cater for people who would like to benefit from a fishing experience but find it difficult to get started or find the larger fisheries intimidating. When you come to us you will have the place to yourself, all tackle and bait will be supplied. The lakes are stocked to capacity for each visit. They are small and reasonably shallow and safe. There is a fishing lodge with toilets, kitchen, lounge and even accommodation if you think that one day is just not enough.Whether you come as a family, youth group, corporate group or a group of friends, we aim to get your fishing experience off to the best possible start.

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Centrally located for all the NI adventures in a rustic farm setting complete with sheep, goats, chickens, dogs and a peacock as hosts.

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 19 June 2016
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Cottonwood Heights, Utah, United States
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

Centrally located for all the NI adventures in a rustic farm setting complete with sheep, goats, chickens, dogs and a peacock as hosts.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 17 October 2011

We went to Temple Springs this summer with our two kids we had a fantastic afternoon and even managed to catch tea!!! Will definitely be back.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 July 2011

we went there with friends and young children have to say was fantastic really enjoyed ourselves owners very friendly and helpful was a great experience would highly reccommend it . Thank you Norman from craig and sharon brill time x

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