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More pollack for Galway Bay charter boat anglers

March 21st, 2018 | by

John Fleming was back out on the sea again this weekend despite the bitter conditions…



We had more good fishing over the weekend. Mind you, the weather was against us so we only managed one day out over the whole of the long weekend. And of course the freezing easterly winds did not help things at all.



Despite everything we did manage some nice Pollack up to about 8lbs. Again mostly caught on the lures and spinning gear. We also had, coalies and some whiting to add to the mix. All in all it was an enjoyable, if at times brutally cold, trip.



We have limited spaces coming up at weekends and the weather is improving. The first run of spurdog should be with us in the coming weeks so don’t hesitate to get in contact.


When you’re wrapped up and warm you’ll fish in any weather!

Go fishing…

To book fishing with John aboard the Brazen Hussy II, give him a call on 087 7571320

A regular day is between 9am- 6pm from either Rosaveel, Spiddal or Galway depending on species being sought after. Fishing on the inshore reefs for pollock, cod, ling, wrasse, conger eel and mackerel can be reached in 10 minutes from departure, while our offshore reef marks are within 45 minutes of departure. Our ground fishing for tope, spurdog, ray, bullhuss, turbot, plaice and the giant common skate can all be reached within the hour which ensures the most amount of time is spent fishing.
The shark season usually starts at the end of June and runs into late October, this is the ultimate angling addrenaline rush with these hard fighting blue and porbeagle sharks all being tagged and release safely.
Package deals available

Address: Baile an tsagairt, Spiddal, Co. Galway.
Telephone: +353 (0)87 7571320
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BlueSharkAngling

Blue Shark Angling Galway,
Phone John Fleming : +353 (0)87 7571320

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