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July 19th, 2018 | by

Kevin Lyons of Melview Lodge in Longford reports on the coarse fishing in the Longford area…

Graham prebaiting for the night ahead

Graham prebaiting for the night aheadBrian and friend Graham were over for their annual fishing holiday to Ireland and this time stayed with us at Melview Fishing Lodge in Longford. The day time weather was against them from the start with temperatures reaching 30 degrees  with very bright conditions. But these guys knew what they were doing and exactly what was needed.

Brian with one of his Bream during a morning session

Brian with one of his Bream during a morning session

A changed plan; fish very early mornings, then come away for a rest when sun came up high and then return and fish late into the evenings. Things were still tough but they did manage a few good sessions on the Bream. Due to the conditions and low oxygen levels it was decided that keepnets would not be used to hold fish. Well done guys, hope to see you again soon.

PS Please ensure time and care is taken when returning all species of fish.

ALL FISH RETURNED UNHARMED.

#CPRsavesfish

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.


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