Why not take advantage of the beautiful 17th Century Belle Isle Castle with a group of friends and enjoy some wonderful wild bird shoots or even some clay pigeon shooting!

Shooting game & clay

The emphasis at Belle Isle is on the sport of wild birds and the enjoyment of the day. The ideal number of guns is 8, with a minimum of 6. Bags are entirely dependent on the weather and the quality of shooting – no guarantee on bag size can be given due to the fact woodcock and snipe are wild birds and many factors beyond our control influence their abundance. However, our team of experienced beaters will do everything they can to ensure our guns have the best possible day.

Woodcock shooting takes place on 435 acres of Belle Isle Estate or Baronscourt Estate, which is about 1 hour away. Lunch is usually provided in the middle of the day in a pub or in the Castle. Snipe shooting takes place either on Upper Lough Erne or on nearby bogs.

Belle Isle Shooting Trip

Those interested in shooting at Belle Isle or have booked to shoot with us are encouraged to take note of some important information by clicking on the below document:

Belle Isle Shoot – Key Information

Those who reside outside Northern Ireland and who are bringing their own firearms with them to Belle Isle are required to apply to the Police Service of Northern Ireland for a Firearms Visitors Permit. The application form can be downloaded by clicking on the below document:

PSNI Visitor’s Permit Application Form

For those bringing their own firearms and who are travelling through the Republic of Ireland, a separate Licence to Transit the State is required. The application form can be downloaded by clicking on the below document:

Application for a Licence to Transit the State

For any assistance with completing the forms please contact the Estate office on +44 (0) 28 6638 7231. Clay Pigeon shooting can also be arranged upon request.

Belle Isle Shooting Trip

Add any image to your Pinterest boards

Next: Things to do in Fermanagh & beyond…