Updated: Oct 3, 2019
The following Irish loughs have all been reported at one time or the other as being home to some form of monster. Clicking on their names will take you to their location via Google. Some are presently unidentifiable.
Co Wicklow Lough Nahanagan, Cleevaun Lough, Lower Lough Bray, Lough Coumshigaun Westmeath Lough Ree Co Derry Enagh Lough, Lough Neagh, Eskragh Lough Co Tyrone Camlough Lake Co Monaghan Drumate Lough Co Donegal Lough Waskel, Lough Keel, Lough Muck, Lough Figart, Lough na Peiste, Lough Eske, Meenbanad Lake Co Antrim Loughareema Co Cavan Lough Sheelin, Lough Putiagh, Lough Erne Waterway Co Kerry Lough Brin, Glencar (region with lakes), Cloon Lough, Lough Fadda, Lough Lackagh, Muckross Lake Co Cork Lough Absidealey, Lough Atariff, Lough Hyne, Glen Lough, Lough Beg Co Waterford Lough Cormshingaun Co Clare Lough Derg, Shandangan Lough, Rath Lake, Black Lough, Lough Graney Co Leitrim Lough Allen, Lough MacNean, Lough Gillygillaney Co Mayo Lough Mask, Doo Lough, Lough Conn, Glendarry (Sraheens) Lough, Saula Lough (sea lough), Lough Naminoo, Lough Carra (Cera) Co Galway Dhulough, Coole Lake, Loughrea, Lough Dubh, Lough Padhbram (Pibrum) Connemara Lough Auna, Lough Shanaheever, Lough Gowlan, Ardbeare Lake, Lough Fadda, Glendollagh Lough (Garrowman Lough), Lough Narrawaun, Glenbrickeen Lough, Lough Fahy, Lough Fee
From Irish Aquatic Monsters
A survey and definitive guide