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Flounders for Tralee Bay SAC at Cashen

April 19th, 2017 | by

Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club held a competition on Saturday…

Competition today in the Cashen produced some nice fish. The rain stayed away and although it was a pleasant day there was still a cold breeze. We were all glad to get inside for a bit of heat and some refreshments in Lowes bar in Ballyduff where we also gave out 2016 master angler prizes.

The competition results are as follows

Juniors

Flounders

1st Paddy McMahon 183 points
2nd Finn Healy 148
3rd Craig Corbett 137 points

Senior results

Flounder

1st Troy Francis 397 points
2nd Shane McMahon 380 points
3rd John Joseph Sheehan 252 points

Best flat

Flounder

1st Nikki Foley 46 cm
2nd Sean Murray 44cm

No round fish were caught

Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club
Web: www.traleebaysac.org

Join Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club

Tralee Bay SAC  is a thriving community of enthusiastic anglers – young and old, experienced and newcomers – with new members joining all of the time. We have a busy schedule of shore and boat competitions and lots of social events planned throughout the year. Tralee Bay is a family friendly, welcoming club with a reputation for promoting angling and encouraging newcomers to the sport.

Joining could not be easier – simply get in touch with us via our Contact us page leave your address and we will send you out an application form. Please also let us have your email address – especially if you have any queries for us. We are especially eager to hear from junior anglers who want to take advantage of club membership. For more information on joining see here – Joining Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club.

Join the Club

Tralee Bay SAC is currently Irelands biggest Sea Angling Club and we also have the cheapest memberships rates in the country. We have anglers representing Ireland in all areas both provincial and national.  New anglers will be welcomed with open arms.


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