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Great catches of bream, roach, hybrids at Longford venues

August 21st, 2017 | by

Angling Guide and guesthouse owner Kevin Lyons reports from Melview Lodge:

Martyn with some good Bream

Martyn with some good Bream

Neil, Dave, Alan, Martyn and son Conner were over for their annual fishing trip to Ireland and stayed with Kevin and Jane at Melview Fishing Lodge in Longford. These guys are no strangers to Ireland as four of them have been coming over for 30+ years and son Conner is on his 2nd year and doing well.

Neil Brooks is all smiles

Neil Brooks is all smiles

It was straight into the fishing after arriving and that evening the prebaiting started. The guys had some great catches of Bream, Roach and Hybrids at the two venues during their stay. This year it was all feeder fishing at around 30 yards using various hook baits but it was corn and worm that produced the best results for them.

Conner with and couple of nice Bream from his catch

Conner with and couple of nice Bream from his catch

For these guys it’s not all fishing as we decided on our yearly trip to a race meeting. This year was a night out at the dogs, which turned out to be a good fun night out for everyone. Great time had by all, thanks guys and see you all next year.

Kevin Lyons
Melview Lodge

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Kevin Lyons
Melview Lodge
Drumlish Road,Clonrollagh, Longford, Co. Longford
Tel:+353(0)43-33-45061 Mobile:+353(0)87-268-7441
E-mail: info@melviewlodge.com Web: www.melviewlodge.com

Kevin has over 30 years experience of fishing in Ireland and is happy to offer a guided tour on your arrival, and to advise where the on-form waters in the area are. We can arrange your bait order so it’s here when you arrive. Melview offers free use of 17ft lake boats with engines to our guests (pay fuel only) and Kevin is happy to assist with any pre-baiting requests. Maps and other information regarding fishing are also available.

 

All fish returned unharmed.


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