The Unshin river begins as the outflow from Lough Arrow. Nearby Ballisodare, the river joins the Owenmore river where it turns into the Ballysodare river.
The river is a rich limestone river which is marked by deep weed beds.
The river doesn't have a huge quantity of trout, but it holds some nice specimen. The best time to fish the river is spring as the summer time sees a lot of weed beds blocking the river.
Fish & Season:
Brown trout: 1st March to 30th September
Method: All legal methods allowed, some fisheries have specific regulations
Permission: Permit not required
Grade: 1 .
Scouting sections: NA. Upstream from Riverstown, some parts to shallow during dry weather and parts covered with a lot of vegetation.. Some of the bridges are to low to go underneath. Some small cascades at Lisconny.
River level gauge: Na