1. Herman Molenaar with a big Lough Derg pike. 2. Pikefishing on Lough Derg 4. Visit the old builings in County Clare 5. Hiking in the mountains. 6. Killaloes old bridge over the Shannon River 8. Pike Fishing with Bellyboat. 9. The Bed & Breakfast in the Mainstreet, Killaloe.
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Welcome to fisHerman

For a fishing holiday in Ireland are Lough Derg, the East Clare Lakes and the River Shannon, a great challenge.

The typical Irish charm and relaxed lifestyle of this beautiful country are as well present in my Bed & Breakfast "fisHerman" situated in the historic village of Killaloe.


As the name of the B & B already suggests, I'm an enthusiastic angler "Herman" and you are at the right address for a great Fishing Holiday in Ireland.

Our complete fishing packages have all the possible options: Fishing from boats, bellyboats or from the shore on Lough Derg or the smaller East Clare Lakes. And as an experienced fishing guide I can bring you directly to the best spots.

Also host for the annual Predator Tour Ireland.

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Next to the B & B we have our Lures & Tackle Shop where you can find all supplies to catch a nice Pike Perch or Trout.

Even if you're not an angler, Killaloe and 'fisHerman' are pleasant destinations for a short or long holiday. You can admire the beautiful surroundings walking through the Irish landscape, where time seems to have stopped for centuries.

The village of Killaloe itself offers many shops, pubs and cosy restaurants and across the bridge there are some nice terraces with views on the Shannon River.

I hope to welcome you soon in Killaloe.

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You can also book your walking holidays or combinations with fishing and site seeing trips with us in case somebody wants to do something else.


Reservations are strongly recommended.         

Have fun on our website and we hope to hear from you soon.

Kind regards,

Herman Molenaar t/a fisHerman

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