Flagmount is a townland in Co Clare. It lies beside Lough Graney, which covers about 1,000 acres, making it the largest lake in East Clare after Lough Derg. Flagmount overlooks the lake, which is well known for its coarse fishery, with pike, perch, bream, rudd and eel. The lake is the home or resting place for water-fowl and wading birds that include whooper swan, great crested grebe, grey heron and greater white-fronted goose. Less than 4km from Caher and 20km from Gort in Co Galway, Flagmount's local amenities include St Mary's Church, a national school and a shop/filling station.