Ennereilly is an area situated on the coast road about ten minutes north of Arklow, Co. Wicklow. Essentially the venue comprises two strands, Ennereilly north, stretching from penny come quick bridge along the seaward side of the European Golf Club up to Mizen Head, and Ennereilly south, a smaller beach about a quarter of a mile south of penny come quick. Both beaches are sandy interspersed with shingle, the south beach being quite shallow. Ennereilly north morphs into a steep to shingle beach, with deeper water off shore the closer one gets to Mizen Head.
Species to expect here are Dogfish, Smooth Hound, Flounder, Dab, Codling, Whiting, and Bass. The venue is consistent regarding the above species summer and autumn, late November to January mainly providing Codling (average 40cm), pin Whiting, small Flounder and Dabs. Ray featured regularly in the past and an occasional thornback and spotted ray still turn up for those using mackerel or crab. There is a light lateral tidal sweep on this venue so bring grip weights. Fishing at dusk has proved very successful, with better catches over low water.