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High water makes fishing tough in O’Casey pike league

February 22nd, 2018 | by

O’ Casey’s Pike Angling Club held the 2nd heat of their 2018 league on Sunday at a Co. Monaghan venue. Fishing was tough due to high water levels.

Results were as follows:

  • 1st Ben Moore 20Ib 7oz (7 fish)
  • 2nd Paul Reynolds 11Ib 15oz (3 fish)
  • 3rd Chris Maguire 11Ib 9oz (3 fish)
  • 4th Brendan O’Reilly 8Ib 4oz (2 fish)
  • 5th Cillian Garrett 6Ib 6oz (2 fish)
  • 6th John Doran 4Ib 13oz (1 fish)
  • 7th Fergal Bell 4Ib 3oz (2 fish)
  • 8th John Hoey 3Ib 12oz (1 fish)

Heaviest fish: Caught by Chris Maguire – 6Ib 1oz.

Total fish: 21

Angler poses with a pike

Brendan with of of his two pike caught on the day

Join the Club…

O’Casey’s Pike Angling Club is based in Co. Monaghan. The aims are to promote and develop the sport of pike fishing for all responsible anglers.

For more information see their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/caseyspike123/ or Call 087 9941600

Irish Federation of Pike Angling Clubs

The Irish Federation of Pike Angling Clubs (IFPAC) is a body representing pike anglers in Ireland, North and South.The IFPAC was founded on 17th January 1988 at a meeting held at the Ardboyne Hotel, Navan. The membership for that year stood at fifteen clubs representing six hundred anglers, today membership of IFPAC is approaching 100 affiliated clubs representing in excess of seven thousand anglers from all walks of life.

http://www.angling-in-ireland.com/


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