The Corbet Lough is a 70 acre stillwater fishery located on the A50 Banbridge to Castlewellan road approximately 3 miles from Banbridge. It has a scenic setting amongst the Bann valley drumlins and against the backdrop of the famous Mourne Mountains. It is primarily a rainbow trout fishery but also contains a number of stocked brown trout with many over wintered fish. The facilities are excellent with on site car parking, public toilets, easy bank access and disabled fishing stands. There are also excellent facilities for the boat angler with six McA boats, a wheelyboat, electric engines and life jackets. An Evening Ticket and Day Tickets, which cost just £11 and £16 respectively, are available from the on-site Boat Attendants Office (P: 028 4062 5039 or 075 9102 7557), the nearby Anglers Rest, Corbet, Banbridge (P: 028 4067 1515) and Ballydown Filling Station (P: 028 4066 2776). From 1 April boats can be booked in advance by contacting the Boat Attendants Office.
Anglers wishing to fish Club waters will also require a Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) Game Fishing Rod Licence. These are reasonably priced from £3.50 for 3-days and are available from the DAERA on-line at http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/angling