Kerry Charter boats report good fishing
April 19th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Rory O’Connor of the Molly O had a great day’s fishing in Dingle Bay on Easter Sunday. His anglers hit on nice Pollack, fine Cod and an attack of Mackerel.
Siegy Grabher, skipper of Sioux out of Valentia Island told us his visitors from Switzerland had great angling on Monday around the Skelligs.
Molly O is a Tyler 42 with twin Caterpillar V8 engines. All rods are Penn with Penn Senator reels (No extra charge) Large selection of lures. Full list of safety equipment aboard. Species fished Cod, Pollack, Ling, Coalfish, Mackarel, Skate & Shark. Whale, dolphin & bird watching tours available.
The charter boat “Sioux” is an Offshore 105 equipped with a 300 hp Ford Sabre Turbo Diesel engine. The season for most species is from April to the end of September; cod, pollock, ling, coalfish, whiting, haddock, mackerel, garfish, pouting, plaice, ballan wrasse, cuckoo wrasse, grey and red gurnard, seabass, mullet, skate, ray-thornback, conger eel, dogfish, bullhuss and blueshark (July – September)
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