The Margy is formed by the meeting of the Carey and Glenshesk rivers just half a mile from the sea near Ballycastle. It is noted for its sea trout and also attracts a small run of salmon. The fishing available to the visitor in this area is directly controlled by the Northern Ireland Department of Agriculture. Rod Licence: FCB/G Ballycastle, Co. AntrimTSTS2i miles on section known asThe Golf Course LandsRB DT:(L8)AR. Bell, 38/40, Ann Street, BallycastleRO (Dep of Agriculture, 2-4, Queen Street, Belfast) e
A tributary of the Margy of offering similar fishing, the Carey flows in from Ballyvoy Bridge to the east to meet the Glenshesk just above Bal-lycastle.
Ballycastle, Co. Antrim TSTS 21 miles near Ballycastle DT: AR. Bell, 38/40, Ann Street, Ballycastle)RO(Deptof Agriculture, 2-4, Queen Street, Belfaste
Draining from the northern slopes of the Antrim Mountains, the Glenshesk flows north through Craigban alongside the Bl 5 road to its junction with the Carey. The fishing is similar to that in the Carey and Margy.
Ballycastle, Co. AntrimTSTS 1ti miles near Ballycastle DT: AR. Bell, 38/40, Ann Street, BallycastleRO (Dept of Agriculture, 2-4, Queen Street, Belfast)e