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Daddy does for shore trout on Ree and fishing improves on Lough O’Flynn

July 30th, 2014

trout

Many of the Upper and Mid Shannon lakes can provide good sport for trout anglers through the summer. For those anglers who like to stalk a fish there is some interesting fishing possible from the shore of Lough Ree, while those who like the odds stacked a little more in their favour can try their […]

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This post is in: Lough O'Flynn, Lough Ree, Trout fishing reports

Young Queen of the Irish Fishing – Ciara McEvilly

July 30th, 2014

Ciara in action

A young lady well on her way to being the queen of Irish fishing is young Ciara McEvilly.  This pleasant young lady gives her feeling on how she loves fishing. An interview with an up and coming angler – Ciara McEvilly Ciara, a member of the Irish Youth Angling Club based in Edenderry shared with […]

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This post is in: Other news

Angling student learns a trick or two with sea angling guide in Cork

July 30th, 2014

Pollack

Richie Ryan reports that a returning customer is always a good sign for a business se he must be doing something right when a number of his clients return to him for fishing every year… And so it is with Marek Dobias from Slovakia , age 16 , attending a fishing school in Ivanka Pri Dunaji. […]

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This post is in: Cork Harbour, Sea angling reports

Hopes that wind will help improve fishing at Lough Inagh

July 30th, 2014

This weeks weather has played the part of the villain reports Colin Folan of Lough Inagh Lodge.  Flat calm with extreme heat for most of the week with only one day of light rain.  However, the wind has picked up the last couple of days which will help cool and oxegenate the water.  Anglers have […]

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This post is in: Lough Inagh, Salmon fishing reports

High water temperatures and unusual rain patterns keep catches low on Erriff

July 30th, 2014

mushrooms

Jin Stafford at the Erriff Fishery reports that water levels were low on July21st with temperatures reaching 20.5C.  Rains increased levels to 1.2 meters on the 22nd and this brought more fresh salmon and sea trout into the river. Levels remained good for the next few days but unfortunately water temperatures remained and overall there […]

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This post is in: River Erriff, Salmon fishing reports

Mullet magic – a battle of the wits with Terry Jackson

July 30th, 2014

Terry with mullet

When it comes to angling updates Terry Jackson is the man who will captivate the reader with his wonderful flow of words to draw you into the story.  This week Terry ventures to the Bantry Bay district with top class fishing companions Kevin, Trevor and Simon onhand to fish for mullet.  Pat the baker played […]

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This post is in: Sea angling reports, West Cork

Daryl comes up trumps with Sligo tope

July 30th, 2014

Sligo tope onboard Ewing Charterboat

Sean Carty of Carty’s Land and Sea Sports was on the water this week with Boris Siegel out looking for Tope with Rosses Point skipper Daryl Ewing. Conditions were beautiful as expected, Daryl’s knowledge came up trumps and over the 3 hour session they landed 3 male fish up to about 155cm which is close if […]

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This post is in: Sea angling reports, Sligo

Early or late system works best on the Drowes

July 30th, 2014

Sean Carty of Carty’s Land and Sea Sports in Bundoran, Co. Donegal reports: – 27th July 2014 Water levels on the rivers remain very low this week leaving the salmon fishing difficult. At the time of writing the Drowes is at 0.35 on the gauge at the four master’s bridge. There is a large build-up […]

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This post is in: River Drowes, Salmon fishing reports

Fishing for All at NDAF, Aughrim this Bank Holiday Weekend

July 29th, 2014

Lewis Moore and his dad fishing

The National Disabled Angling Facility (NDAF) is a “Fishing for All” put and take fishing lake in Aughrim, Co. Wicklow. This August Bank Holiday they hold their fishing competition with Plaques and vouchers for the winners. During the week they had some lovely fishing with Lewis Moore who came fishing with his Dad.  Danny Doyle […]

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This post is in: Competition, Other news

All sorts of fun with the Erne Anglers

July 29th, 2014

Ethan, Rebecca, Suzanne, Sophie, Jasmine, Lorraine, Rachel and Chloe

Erne Anglers coaches recently spent the day coaching children from the Active Allsorts after schools club in Irvinestown. A total of 12 children aged between 8 and 12 years of age were taught “Angling basics” including the safe handling of fish by the clubs coaches. This “come and try Angling” taster session proved a huge […]

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This post is in: Co. Fermanagh, Coarse angling reports, Erne

Wrecks supply a good numbers of pollack & ling at the Downings

July 29th, 2014

Ling

Rosguill skipper Michael McVeigh reports from the Downings in Donegal: At least one great day’s fishing on the wrecks as the Audacious provided a seemingly endless supply of Pollack & Ling (also Coalfish but won’t mention them!) Michael McVeigh Rosguill Go fishing… Fisherman’s Village Lodge provide B&B Accommodation in Downings, County Donegal. We offer Bed and […]

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This post is in: Donegal, Sea angling reports

Some decent rain needed on the Laune

July 28th, 2014

Tomasz Ekert - Trout 1

Tomasz Ekert reports in his blog Sea Bass Hunting is waiting for the rain to raise the water levels.  On his recent trip to the River Laune Tomasz tells us ‘ After the rain the water level in the river was higher by 40 cm.  I had several contacts with salmon.  I caught one.  It was […]

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This post is in: Co. Kerry, Trout fishing reports


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