An opportunity to purchase prime Irish Salmon Fishing with accommodation in a country cottage. Each new member will have the option of a one week stay, a four day stay or a three day stay fixed for five years. There are still some prime fishing weeks available! For more information on the New Delphi Salmon Club Syndication, please contact the office. Tel. +353 (0)95 42222 or email to email@example.com
Reservations are handled on a first come first served basis.
Succsessful applicants will be notified.
The Delphi Salmon Club is an exclusive 5 year syndication that is a newly designed initiative to replace the previous syndication which expired at the end of 2020. This exclusive syndication is offering 3 rods per week, in conjunction with a boat house cottage with each rod from March through to September. The fishing rota is over 7 days and consists of allocated beats on the Bundorrahga river, Finlough and Doolough.
Each syndicated lease has one rod and a newly renovated boat house cottage which can sleep 4/5 guests. The concept is for the fly angler to have a guaranteed fishing holiday on the Delphi Fishery, secured for 5 years, in addition to the use of a Delphi boat house cottage, perfectly located in the west of Ireland for an annual family holiday or hosting friends.
In February there are 4 river rods on offer. Each rod/ syndication slot includes a boat house cottage and each syndicated member can in addition fish Finlough free with a nominal charge for boat and engine. February is the beginning of the Delphi fishing season and heralds the start of the spring salmon run. The 4 syndicated rods on offer are the total allocation of the fishery rods in February. An option of two rods sharing a cottage is also available or a shorter break syndication of a three or four day slot for 5 years.
For more information please contact Michael Wade, General Manager for your information pack and brochure. Tel. +353 (0)95 42222 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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