Out of stock
These beautiful fish are wild caught when in season by the fishermen of Lough Neagh Fishermen Co-Op
Whole fish are sized between 1.5-2kg @€15.60 per Kg for whole fish
Dollaghan are a variety of brown trout native to Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland, and many of its tributaries. They are a potamodromous migratory trout spending much of the year in the lough, returning to the rivers in autumn to spawn
Lough Neagh Fishermen’s Co-operative Society’s (LNFCS) objectives since its foundation, has been to manage the eel industry on Lough Neagh in such a way as to provide a reasonable livelihood for the fishermen and to build a sustainable and viable future for succeeding generations of fishermen. In order to secure a future for the industry, the Co-operative have operated self-determined policies and measures aimed at conservation of eel stocks for almost 50 years
‘Fresh water trout caviar is a true delicacy. For those of you who have never tasted caviar before, you will be delighted to learn that our caviar is very mild and never tastes “fishy”.
For the true connoisseur of fine caviar, you will discover that Goatsbridge Caviar will delight your palate and astonish you with its level of superiority. Our eggs are much smaller than salmon eggs and the color often is brighter.’ – Goatsbridge Rainbow Trout Farm
Wild caught In Spain
Perfect for Pies, bakes, chowders etc
Selection of pink fish, white and smoked seafood
May Arrive Frozen.