Castlefore Lough (Irish: Baile Choille Fóir, Loch, meaning "townland, or homestead, of the wood, lake") is a mesotrophic freshwater in northwest Ireland. Known for good course fishing, Castlefore Lough has limited bank fishing. The ecology of Castlefore Lough, and other Leitrim waterways, is threatened by curly waterweed, zebra mussel, and freshwater clam invasive species.
Lough Sheever (Irish: Loch Siabhair) is a small lake near Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located off the Castlepollard road about 3 kilometers from Mullingar. The lake is popular with anglers, (coarse fishing) for roach, perch, tench, etc. Boat hire is available.
Lough Nacung Upper (Irish: Loch na Cuinge Uachtarach meaning 'Upper Narrowness lake') is a lake in County Donegal, Ireland. It connects Lough Dunlewey to Lough Nacung Lower, which drains into the Clady River. Lough Nacung is a Special Area of Conservation.
Carrowmore Lake (Irish: Loch na Ceathrún Móire) is situated in the parishes of Belmullet, Kiltane and Kilcommon Erris, County Mayo between the villages of Bangor Erris and Barnatra at the southern end of Broadhaven Bay. The freshwater lake is over 4 miles (6 km) long and almost 3 miles (5 km) wide at its widest point. Glencullen's two townlands line its eastern shore and Rathmorgan and the Knocknascollop mountains rise up along its western shores. Carrowmore is not a deep lake and it provides the drinking water for the whole of the Erris area. It is fed by the Carrowmore River and drains into the Owenmore River on its way to Blacksod Bay, The lake is designated as a S.P.A. (Birds directive) in E.U. law and also as 000476 Complex S.A.C. (Special Area of Conservation) It is an oligotrophic/mesotrophic lake with a substrate of Dalradian schists and pale quartzite. Its shorelines are dominated by blanket bog mainly but there are many houses, mainly linear in layout, along both sides of its shores. Its catchment area includes the townland of Bellanaboy in Kilcommon where the contentious Corrib Gas refinery is situated.
The Glenamaddy Turlough is located east of the town of Glenamaddy, County Galway in Ireland. A turlough is a seasonal lake which usually dries up in summer. Glenamaddy Turlough lies alongside the R362 regional road in the outskirts of the town, and there is a car park and viewing area on the lake-shore.
Carrigadrohid Lake is a lake on the River Lee in County Cork, Ireland. Standing upstream (i.e. west) of Carrigadrohid village, it is a reservoir created for the Carrigadrohid hydroelectric power station, built in the 1950s.