Beach seine fishing for salmon in River Feale near by town Ballybunion, year 1975.
The River Feale (An Fhéil or Abhainn na Féile in Irish) rises near Rockchapel in the Mullaghareirk Mountains of County Cork in the southwest of Ireland and flows northwestwards for 75 kilometres  through Abbeyfeale in County Limerick and Listowel in County Kerry before finally emptying into the Mouth of the Shannon by Ballyduff. Then it flows out through the Shannons estuary and joins with the Atlantic Ocean with a flow rate of 34.6 m2/s. The river, along with its tributaries, combine to add to over 160 km (100 miles) of waterways. The river contains a large Salmon and Sea trout population.
- ^  Fishing in Ireland.info
- ^  Case Study Report - Shannon River Basin
Coordinates: 52°27′N 9°37′W / 52.450°N 9.617°W