Roach keep anglers busy at Emlagh on the Suck
January 17th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Bill Cassidy reports on the Sensas Connacht knock up on EMLAGH last Sunday…
Although the water was very cold due to recent snow water entering the river the fishing was great with Shane Dunne from Claremorris taking the honours with 4.5kilo of small roach all caught at 13 meters Shane had 140 roach while other anglers had between 2 and 4 kilo of roach each they were kept busy for the 4 hour match.
The river suck is fishing very well for this time of the year and with the new stretch at EMLAGH it’s proving to be a popular match stretch.
Suck Valley Angling Hub in Association with Sensas Connacht are holding a 3 day festival during the May Bank holiday weekend.
Places can be booked through the Angling Centre in Athleague or on the Suck Valley Angling Hub Web site
Well its that time of year again, spring is in the air, the weather is mild and the fishing is mighty.
Its fishing festival time in Ireland and where better to spend a few days but on the banks of the beautiful River Suck .
Last year we at the Suck Valley Angling Hub held our festival at Easter and although it was very sucessfull with Young James Carthy pocketing the first prize of 1000 Euro we have decided to pull it back to the May bank holiday weekend.
So all welcome.
Suck Valley Angling Hub in Association with Sensas Connacht Match Group are holding a 3 day festival on Saturday April 29 .Sunday 30 and Monday May 1st.
Entry for the 3 days 50 euro.
Full payout plus sponsorship.
Come on you bream
The Suck Valley Angling Hub was set up to promote angling in the Suck Valley area, and also to organise major competitions and festivals.
Sensas Connacht has been running for approximately 3 years, what started off as a few lads fishing a competition between themselves every few weeks has now turned into a very strong match group with international presence.
Sensas Connacht and River Suck Angling Hub 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