January stocking of Departmental waters

Date published: 05 March 2019

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs has stocked the following waters with takeable fish in January 2019:

Fish Farm
Date Stocked Area Fish Amount
7 January Castlewellan, Brown Trout 1,000
8 January Ballykeel Lower Brown Trout 1,000
9 January Stoneyford Brown Trout 1,000
10 January Hillsborough Rainbow Brown Trout 1,000
10 January Killylane Brown Trout 1,000
11 January North Woodburn Rainbow Brown Trout 1,000
14 January Bellanaleck Brown Trout 1,000
14 January Middle South Brown Trout 1,000
15 January Keenaghan Brown Trout 1,000
15 January Lough Mourne Brown Trout 1,000
16 January Meenameen Brown Trout 1,000
16 January Altnahinch Rainbow Brown Trout 1,000
17 January Glencrewan Brown Trout 500
17 January Achork Brown Trout 500
18 January White Lough Rainbow Brown Trout 1,000
21 January Lough Brickland Brown Trout 1,000


Notes to editors: 

  1. Details on recent fish stocking can be found on the nidirect website
  2. Further information on all aspects of angling is available on the nidirect website
  3. The department may take photographs and videos at announcements and events to publicise its work. Photographs, interviews, videos or other recordings may be issued to media organisations for publicity purposes or used in promotional material, including in publications, newspapers, magazines, other print media, on television, radio and electronic media (including social media and the internet). Photographs and videos will also be stored on the department’s internal records management system. The department will keep the photographs and recordings for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which they have been obtained. The department’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.
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