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Allua’r of new water for O’Callaghans Festival

May 30th, 2018 | by

Inniscarra TDL reports reports that with Inniscarra and Coachford closed the O’Callaghans Festival organisers worked hard to get a suitable venue for the anglers committed to travelling for this popular angling event…

day 1

27 May: A fantastic start for the festival anglers on Lough Allua with a 30kg catch for Jim!!! Top fishing and fantastic efforts by all here to get the 33 festival anglers some fishing!

allua

28 May: Another great days fishing on Lough Allua in the gorgeous sunshine.

Day 2 results

Day 2 results

29 May: The final day…  With so much uncertainty over recent weeks, against all odds we put on a festival for the lads and it worked out well. Despite the bright sunny conditions our stand-in venue fished well and we are all delighted to see Jim Brockie win the Cup with a 3 day weight of 51.040kg.

In second place is Terry Morgan and in 3rd Ian Shepard. Well done to our festival winners and all those who continued with their journey to Coachford not knowing what the fishing would be like. Whilst catches across Ireland are difficult at this moment Lough Allua got us out of trouble and put our festival anglers on the fish.

Thanks to sponsors O’Callaghans Bar & Guest House and for their assistance with the enhanced bio security process.

In he meantime we are delighted to confirm that Inniscarra Resevoir will re-open for Angling from Friday at 06.00hr

Report courtesy of Inniscarra Lake TDL, an affiliated club of the National Coarse fishing Federation of Ireland www.ncffi.ie. You can follow them at www.facebook.com/inniscarralakeTDL


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