The District of Banbridge, in the beautiful County Down Drumlin landscape, is bordered to the west by the Newry Canal and to the east by the tranquil Dromara Hills. In the north lies the growing Cathedral town of Dromore and the River Lagan with the magnificent Mourne Mountains stretching out in the south.
The region is bisected by one of the most famous of Northern Ireland fishing waters - the Upper River Bann - a waterway which provides rich fishing grounds for the prospective angler. In tact the entire region with its rivers and numerous lakes contains some of the best angling resources the province has to offer.
Sparsely populated, there is little chance of overcrowding, thereby increasing the chance of making a good catch of the many varied species of fish including pike, rudd, perch, bream, roach, rainbow trout and brown trout.