Lough Bane is a lough situated on the borders of County Meath & County Westmeath. The border between the two counties runs east to west through the centre of the lake. Lough Bane is a highly alkaline, spring fed lake of exceptional clarity and also acts as a reservoir for the surrounding areas including Oldcastle & Kells.
When compared to the vastness of the great midland lakes, Lough Bane’s 375 acres may look small, but overlooked by Carrick Hill on the southern shore, & Seafin Hill on the northern shore, it is an ideal setting for a days fishing. This deep clean lake, 55 feet in places, has a stock of wild brown trout & is stocked regularly by Lough Bane Anglers, which controls the fishing.