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By-law introduced in effort to save valuable brown trout, Irish Times

July 6th, 2017 | by

A new by-law that outlines a number of regulations to help conserve brown trout has been introduced in the Limerick District (Shannon River Basin District). It provides for an annual closed fishing season in certain waters, a daily bag limit, a minimum size limit in specified waters and maximum number of rods to be used at any one time. The waters included are the river Shannon and loughs Sheelin, Derravaragh, Owel, Ennell, Ree and Derg, which are all in the Limerick District…
Irish Times, 03/07/17. Read the full article ‘By-law introduced in effort to save valuable brown trout‘.

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