Screebe, from the Irish meaning “the furrowed land”, is a small village in south-west Connemara, County Galway.
The Screebe Fishery is six miles south of Maam Cross at the head of Camus Bay.
It consists of an interconnected series of loughs and a short river. The fishery is famous for its stocks of pike, salmon, brown trout and sea trout.
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