Glin beach is situated 1.6 kms east of Glin village just off the N69 Glin to Limerick road.
There is ample parking in the lay-by and access is good. This beach is used as a match stretch and many shore competitions have taken place here. Species caught here are Thornback Ray, bull Huss, Dogfish and Conger. The usual method is bottom fishing using fish bait, crab and lugworm on a flooding tide.
Glin pier fishes well from either side during at high water for Dogfish, small Conger, Flounder and Whiting using fish bait, lugworm and ragworm.
Irish Angling Tours provide guided salmon, trout, sea trout, pike and bass fishing. John Scanlan has been fishing in the Limerick region for the past 47 years and has developed an excellent knowledge of the local rivers, lakes and beaches.