Welcome To Rossin, Slane & District Angling Club

The River Boyne rises in Co.Kildare flowing in an easterly direction for seventy miles through counties Offaly, Meath and Louth before entering the Irish Sea below the historic town of Drogheda. The Boyne has a good run of salmon and sea trout in summer and the autumn. The majority of salmon fishing on the lower Boyne area is controlled by Angling Clubs.

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News & Events

  • Club Membership Now Due Pay Online
    Club Membership Now Due Pay Online
    Membership is now due. For Payment online go to the member’s section and click renew membership. Please note you will need to have the badge number that was issued...
  • Annual General Meeting 2020
    Annual General Meeting 2020
    Dear Members, The Committee would like to advise that the annual AGM of the Rossin & Slane & district anglers club for the 2019 season will take place at...
  • Erosion works to save Curley Hole fishery
    Erosion works to save Curley Hole fishery
    Significant riverbank protection measures have been approved for the Curley Hole at Townley Hall in a bid to preserve the fishery habitat in the area. They will also be...

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    Rossin, Slane & District Fisheries

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