Welcome to DTAA

  • Amazing Social Fishing outings and Competitions,
  • annual trip to Crossmolina, friendships and fun
  • Fishing on the Liffey , Bohernabreena reservoir,
  • Kings River and more
  • Access to boats on Loughs Owel and Lene
  • New Member orientation / onboarding
  • ITFAA affiliation – many Irish caps over last 10 years
  • ILFA collaboration – 2 DTAA members also in IFLA
  • and youngest Captain Almha McDonnell is a long
  • standing DTAA member

Latest Posts

Ian Rowand Trophy report
On Saturday, 6th July 2024, 26 avid anglers gathered at Tullaghan's Shore, Lough …
LM Byrne Cup Results
It was chilly enough for June and while the rain held off, there …
Two DTAA members to represent Ireland in 2025
Following the National Final in Killarney this weekend we are delighted that DTAA's …
Crossmolina Whit Weekend 2024
I was fortunate to have been able to take part in the annual …
Wishing DTAA’s John O’Neill the best on Lough Ennell!
Wishing DTAA's John O'Neill and the rest of the Senior Lake Team as …
Best wishes to those competing the Irish ladies international
Best of Luck to DTAA members Almha McDonnell and Edel Beresford and all …
Dublin takes the ‘Bowl’ in a close run contest and the Pratt Cup goes to PJ!
Crossmolina, May 2024 – As dawn broke over the serene waters of Lough …
Crossmolina 2024, C’mon the Dubs!
Weather conditions are close to perfect, if a little chilly, for this May …
Anna Livia Cup 2024
Fished again this year at Bohernabreena rather than the traditional River Liffey venue, …
Corcoran Cup: 6 DTAA Anglers through
The Leinster Qualifier, also known as the Corcoran Cup was fished yesterday in …

Competitions 2023

Pasker Cup, LM Byrne, Anna Livia, Elvery Cup, Ryder Cup, McCarron Cup: full results and write ups here: Competitions

Our Fisheries

Since being founded in 1929, DTAA has acquired rights for members to fish on some of the best trout fisheries around Dublin. These include Poulaphouca (Blessington Lakes), Bohernabreena reservoirs, several stretches of the Liffey, and the Kings River. Check our fisheries section for maps and access details.