The River Sullane (Irish: Abha an tSuláin) runs from the mountains between County Cork and County Kerry in southern Ireland. It runs through the centre of Macroom, to which it provides drinking water (and occasionally floods), joins the River Launa locally known as "The Launey" one kilometre east of the town, before joining the River Lee a further kilometre east. It is well stocked with trout and European perch (200 g average), minnow and a small number of pike.
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