After it rises it passes the flowing areas, first Milford and down towards Belville bridge, then on to Castlemahon (Mahoonagh) and nearby Newcastle West, running parallel to the main Limerick-Killarney N21 road, to reach Rathkeale.
After leaving Rathkeale, the river crosses the N21 and heads for its confluence and estuary at Askeaton.
The Deel was once a good salmon and grilse fishery but now is mainly fished for brown trout.
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