The pier in Enniscrone was built in the 1870’s and was once busy with fishing boats. Now it is mainly pleasure craft, although during the summer months there are organised sea angling trips setting off on a daily basis. The pier is also a popular fishing spot at high tides with mackerel and pollack regularly caught.
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When swimming at the pier it is important that you must go by the tide table as when tide is out there would be no more than about five feet of water. Each year the Irish water safety teach swimming lessons at the pier which is nexium open to anybody. Contact details for such lessons are as follows
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