Finlough is a relatively small and shallow lake, the nearest to the Atlantic and overlooked by Delphi Lodge. It is the most popular and prolific of the Delphi lakes. Most of the fishing is by boat.
The drifts carry the angler over salmon lies and the fishing is almost trout style. The lake is well sheltered and can be fished in strong winds.
Even in conditions of low water and sunshine, if there is a breeze, it is still possible to hook a fish anywhere at any time in Finlough. In addition to boat fishing there is a very productive area called “ The Stream “ where the middle river “Owengarr” flows into the lake.
This is a particularly fruitful spot and an ideal place for the early morning angler as well as the last few casts of the day as darkness closes in.