Clew Bay Boat Trips Mayo Ireland

If casting a line and hook is your thing then Mulranny is the perfect base for you in your quest for that dream catch.
It doesn’t matter what type of fishing floats your boat, be it sea or fresh water, there are plenty of gems in the area. Try a river bank or a spot of lake fishing on nearby Lough Furnace. If you are the salt-water enthusiast, between the many shorelines and inlets, you are sure to find something that wriggles your worm. If you fancy trying your luck on Clew Bay there are a number of Deep Sea Angling operators in the Area.

Clew Bay Boat Trips. You are not the fishing type but still want to get a closer look at Clew Bay?

White Water II is fully insured and is licensed by the Department of Marine and is fully equipped with all the latest navigation and safety equipment and can cater for 12 passengers and 2 crew. White Water II also operates evening tours. These tours are ideal for families and younger anglers. We offer Fishing trips, Wildlife tours and Island tours. The boat is available for hire seven days a week for the season March to October. The boat can also be hired for half-day angling trips (times can be arranged to suit). Evening fishing trips are available also. Groups of up to 12 persons are catered for and can be made up of individuals / families grouped together to suit all individual needs. Anglers of all levels from beginners to experienced catered for.

Address: Newport, Co Mayo, Ireland
Telephone: +353 86 388 44 25
Email: darragh@clewbaycharters.com 

Website: www.clewbaycharters.com


Guided tour of the islands in Clew Bay where various birds inhabit and where sightings of various marine mammals have occurred. The Clew Bay Complex supports a good diversity of wintering waterfowl, with nationally important numbers of Red-breasted Merganser and Ringed Plover. A population of Barnacle Geese frequents the islands during winter months.

Seals and Dolphins are a popular sight in Clew Bay and in more recent times the numbers of sightings of other large mammals such as basking sharks and whales have increased in numbers.
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