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Edenderry fishing well ahead of 3 day festival

May 22nd, 2018 | by

Edenderry Coarse Angling Club reports on their first match of the season fished at the weekend…

18 anglers turned out today on Killeen. The roach didn’t play ball but the bream and tench did, looking good for the upcoming three day festival.

Bream and tench

Bream and tench

Overall

  1. Alan Larkin 27lb 11oz
  2. Arthur Judge 15lb 08oz
  3. John Pollock 15lb 00oz
More from the canal

More from the canal

Section A
  • 1. Arthur Judge 15lb 08oz
  • 2. John Pollock 15lb 00oz
  • 3. Gary Quayle 12lb 02oz
Another nice bag of fish

Another nice bag of fish

Section B
  • 1. Alan Larkin 27lb 11oz
  • 2. Brian Kane 9lb 05oz
  • 3. Robert Buick 9lb 04oz

Edenderry June Open and 3 Day festival

Sunday 3rd June Open draw 10am fishing 12pm to 5pm

Monday 4th June 3 day festival registration from 9.30am, draw 11am fishing 1pm to 6pm

Tuesday 5th June 2 day festival draw 10am fishing 12pm to 5pm

Wednesday 6th June draw 11am fishing 1pm to 6pm

Thursday 7th June draw 10am fishing 12pm to 5pm

Friday 8th draw 10am fishing 12pm to 5pm.

The new 3 day festival times are introduced this year to accommodate our visiting anglers and the Station house Edenderry will be available every morning for breakfast, and anglers who wish to have an evening meal can book their meal on draw day .

Report and photos courtesy of Edenderry Coarse Angling Club

Go fishing…

New members are always welcome to Edenderry Coarse Angling Club.

Apart from the 262 permanent swims that have been created for the match angler on this unique fishery, a number of stretches have been prepared to cater for the pleasure fisherman and the junior angler. Included among these is the famous Edenderry Branch Line. Fished 12 months a year, this highly productive venue regularly produces catches in excess of 50lb per session. Bream, tench, roach, rudd, hybrids, carp, perch and gudgeon are the principal fish species present.

NCFFI

Edenderry Coarse Angling Club are affiliated to the National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland and are members of the Angling Council the National Governing Body for coarse and predator angling as recognised by Sport Ireland and Sport NI. www.ncffi.ie


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