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Irish Angling Update 26 October 2018

October 26th, 2018 | by

It’s nearly all pike fishing news this week. Some good fishing was reported from the midlands and Lough Corrib and there’s also a big competition coming up next month. Also in pike news is the new regulation which was signed on 25 October…
A beautiful pike Super pike for IPS on western lakes, plans to oppose new regulations

pike More midlands pike action from Mick the Fish

 King Of the Corrib Pike Competition 18 November

 Designated Salmonid Waters Bye-law Comes into Operation

pike Dutch anglers enjoy the pike fishing on offer in Longford

Martin hopes for the best, in the last hour Pallas Lake still low and pike fishing slow

 Italian anglers enjoy excellent piking in the midlands

Rene Bieniek with his 1.07 Pike. German pike anglers do well at Melview Fishing Lodge

Kevin with a cracking 1.14m Pike. Great pike to be caught about Longford, deadbaits best

IFPACPatchy pike fishing on Inny for IFPAC qualifier

Inland Fisheries Ireland is reminding all salmon and sea trout anglers of the importance of returning their 2018 angling logbook and unused gill tags on time (by law angling logbook returns must be made by 19th October annually even if there is no catch recorded).  These returns will provide vital information regarding the status and management of our wild Atlantic Salmon and Sea Trout stocks for 2019, which is International Year of the Salmon.

Anglers are asked to make the return via the business return envelope which was supplied at the time of license purchase. In the absence of the prepaid logbook return envelope, anglers can return their completed logbook and unused tags to the Inland Fisheries Ireland office address on their licence/logbook.

Any queries in relation to the scheme can be sent to salmonlogbookreturn@fisheriesireland.ie. For more information, click here

And now the weather…

Met Eireann tells us to expect a cold Bank Holiday weekend. There’s going to be some sunshine at times but it won’t bring up the temperatures much and you can also bank on overnight frosts and some icy patches.

Safe fishing to all and tight lines, especially here in Ireland.

Myles Kelly
Catch, Photo, Release
#CPRsavesfish

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