The Bye-laws made in 2002 have all been revoked.
Conservation of Sea Trout (North Western Fisheries Region ) Bye-law No. 774, 2001
The effect of this Bye-law is to impose a bag limit of 6 sea trout per angler per day in the North Western Fisheries Region other than part of the Bangor District.
North Western Fisheries Region - Ballina District, Conservation of Trout Bye-law No. 761, 2001
This Bye-law prescribes the minimum size of sea trout that may be taken in the waters of the Castlebar lakes and their tributaries and effluent streams as form part of the Castlebar River system, to be 12 inches.
South Western Fisheries Region - Bandon River (Sea Trout and Brown Trout Angling) Bye-Law No. C.S. 273, 2001
This Bye-law extends the annual close season for angling for brown trout and sea trout in that part of the River Bandon downstream of the Inishannon Bridge from 14 February to 16 day of March i.e. the close season for angling for brown trout and sea trout will commence on 1 October and end on 16 March in the following year both dates inclusive.
North Western Fisheries Region - Carrowmore Lake Conservation of Sea Trout Bye - law No. 772, 2000 Western Fisheries Region (Dawros or Kylemore River and Belclare or Owenwee River) Bye-law No. 771, 2000
This Bye-law prescribes the minimum size of sea trout which may be killed on Carrowmore Lake in the County of Mayo to be 11 inches. All sea trout smaller than 11 inches must be returned alive to the waters from which they were taken.
This Bye-law prohibits angling with any lure other than artificial fly in (1) The Dawros or Kylemore River, Co Galway from Derryinver Bridge to the sea and (2) Belclare or Owenwee River, Co Mayo from Belclare Bridge to the sea,
River Dargle (Angling) Bye-law No. 763, 2000
This Bye-law prohibits angling with any lure other than artificial fly in that stretch of the River Dargle, between Bray Bridge and the mouth of the Old Court River, known locally as the Swan River.
Western Fisheries Region - Lough Corrib and Lough Mask (Trout Angling) Bye-Law No. C.S. 270, 2000
Extends the annual close season for angling for trout from 31 January to 14 February i.e. the close season will commence on the 1 October and end on the 14 February the following year.
The Bye-laws made in 1999 have all been revoked.
Southern Fisheries Region (No. 3 or Waterford District) (Angling) Bye-law No. C.S. 266, 1998
Prescribes the commencement date of the annual close season for salmon and trout in the No. 3 Waterford District as 1 October and ending on 16 March in the following year.
North Western Region (Lough Arrow) Bye-law No. 731, 1997
This Bye-law prohibits:
1. (a) the taking of more than 4 trout from the waters of Lough Arrow,
(b) a person shall not troll on the waters of Lough Arrow using more than one fishing line, or
(c) fish from a boat so that there are more than two fishing lines used for trolling at the same time.
2. The Bye-law also provides that the annual close season for angling for salmon or trout in Lough Arrow shall commence on the 1st day of 0ctober in any year and cease on the 31st day of March in the following year.
Drift Nets for Salmon or Trout Fishing (Maximum Depth) Bye-law No. 727, 1997
Increases the maximum depth of mesh permitted for the capture of salmon or trout within Irish territorial waters from 30 meshes to 45 meshes deep.